(UNDATED) - Emergency responders across Indiana are on clean-up duty thanks to Friday night's heavy storms.
The Tippecanoe battle ground in Lafayette and Indianapolis' east side took damage and thousands woke up Monday still without power.
John Erickson with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security says it will take several days to do a complete damage assessment.
There is still no word on whether Indiana will seek aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Erickson says they have to hear from the individual counties before making the call to the feds.
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