Downed Trees Line Roads After Tornadoes Hit Sioux Falls

Downed trees lined streets in southwestern Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Wednesday, September 11, the day after three tornadoes hit the city.

Dozens of buildings were badly damaged during the storm, according to fire department officials, and nine people were reported injured, the National Weather Service said.

Paul TenHaken, the mayor of Sioux Falls, appealed on Wednesday evening for large vehicle owners to volunteer to haul away branches that were blocking the roads. Credit: Jason Bechler via Storyful