(KMOV.com) -- A continuous rush of rain and 70 mile per hour winds roared through Warrenton, Missouri caused widespread damage on Sunday.
Warrenton Assistant Fire Chief Keith Smith said there were all types of damage reports from around the city ranging from torn roofs to tree limbs blocking the roadways.
Part of the roof on the American Bank off N. Service Road was laying in an alley and nearly one-third of the roof on the Hick's Real Estate building was blown off.
Other damage reported throughout the Warrenton area included power lines down, limbs and other debris on the roadways.
According to Warrenton Fire Chief Michael Owenby, the department took 40 calls for storm related damage. At one gas station, a gas pump unit was pulled from the ground and a sign at a McDonald's fast foot restaurant was split in half.
No serious injuries were reported.