DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — Some eastern Iowa residents are dealing with damage from a summer storm system that knocked down trees, limbs and power lines and flooded streets.
The Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office says at least three people were injured Sunday night, two when their mobile home was destroyed in rural Peosta.
Storm debris that included limbs, rain gutters, lawn furniture and the like was strewn across streets.
More than 20,000 MidAmerican Energy customers lost power for a time in the Quad-City metropolitan area.
A wind gust of 76 mph was recorded at Dubuque Regional Airport, and Davenport Municipal Airport had a gust of 52 mph.