BOSTON (CBS) – Lightning strikes are believed to have caused fires and tree damage in several towns in Massachusetts as storms roll through the area.
Just after noon, fires were reported in Beverly, Foxboro, Weymouth, Wellesley, and Norwell. Trees were also hit by lightning in Duxbury.READ MORE: I-Team: Judge Denies State Police Request To Delay Vaccine Mandate
A home in Norwell went up in flames, though firefighters could not immediately confirm a lightning strike. Fire could be seen shooting through the roof of the house on Edgewood Park.
On Radcliffe Road in Wellesley, firefighters spent the afternoon battling a blaze. Smoke was pouring from the second floor of the home after lightning strike and fire.
Shed fires were reported in Foxboro, Beverly and Holbrook. In Beverly, the fire department confirmed that a shed on Walker Road is a total loss after it was struck by lightning and caught fire around 1 p.m.
The Duxbury Fire Department shared photos of several trees that were hit by lightning. A tree also snapped and toppled down on wires on Congress Street in Duxbury.READ MORE: 'He Never Would Tell Us': Gardner Museum Hopeful For New Info After Death Of Connecticut Mobster
No injuries have been reported in the string of fires. Though upset at the destruction, everyone is glad they and their loved ones are safe.MORE NEWS: 'Excited For The Future': Team IMPACT Celebrates 10 Years At Gillette Stadium
As Marreuon Keough said in Norwell, “I mean, I was still sad because my house was burning, but I was happy that we were safe.”