People in Klamath Falls are busy cleaning up storm damage today...and it could take a while to remove downed trees, and repair power lines.
The storm hit hard and fast Sunday night.
Don Ambers is one of many busy cleaning up in the aftermath...
"It's been ever since last night. It was almost like a tornado we had here, if it was in a twister state. I see it pulled up the tree across the street and laid it on the roof."
The storm blew down a billboard and a tree near the overpass - and suspended a treetop in power lines just a short distance away.
Oliver Spires was busy with his chainsaw helping to clear debris...
"You know, driving down the street from Pacific Terrace, Eldorado all the way across town, it looks like there's a lot of this damage."
Alex Dodson notes that the Mills Addition was hit particularly hard...
"It's a lot, it's everywhere - we went last night and helped straight down the road. And there was about 50 limbs, lost my keys..."
John Najar says it could take a while to dig out a car from underneath a pile of branches...
"It's my son's car, but he doesn't have his license yet. So, it's just been parked here. Just got to get it cleaned up, and we'll see from there."
Crews were busy cleaning up downed limbs at Veterans Memorial Park...And getting power back up to over 6000 customers.
"So it was quite an experience." Said Don Ambers. "It was nothing like I ever seen before."
Lightning from the storm sparked over two dozen fires in Klamath and Lake counties Sunday night. Forestry officials will now be watching for 'sleeper' fires over the next several days.