ROGGEN, Colo. (CBS4)– Severe storms in Colorado caused major damage in Weld County on Thursday.
One of the storms blew apart a 100-year old building and caused some crop damage.READ MORE: 2 People Shot, Another Killed Outside Broomfield Walgreens
The worst of the damage was in the town of Roggen along Interstate 76, northeast of Keenesburg.
“Most of these buildings are about 100 years old so they’ve withstood about 100 years of weather so it’s kind of sad,” said one resident.READ MORE: Adaptive Playground Prepares For Grand Opening In Aurora
The building survived storms for decades but on Thursday, it was just too much.
“It’s blowing stuff over at my work, ladders tipped over, there was just debris going everywhere,” said resident Adrian Kenyon who lives off Highway 52.MORE NEWS: 4 Students Charged In Planning School Shooting On 25th Anniversary Of Columbine Shooting
There are no reports of any injuries but the property damage could take some time to assess.