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It was a gloomy dark sky over most of Yuma County Tuesday as some residents in the Desert Southwest cleaned up from the storm the night before.
There were reports of trees falling on homes and roofs blowing off of structures in both the Foothills and San Luis.
San Luis resident, Matias Rosales says "It's almost like a little twister, a little micro-boost when it hit it if just lifted up the whole roof and flipped it over and like I said it just landed on the other side of the property and it flew over and landed on top of a customer’s car in the parking lot. We were fortunate school was about to get out and a couple minutes more and school kids would have been walking through the street going home."
Employees at Century 21 on Main Street are working from other offices in Yuma County while they wait to see what's next for the location.
Meanwhile, organizations like the Red Cross and The Salvation Army are stepping in to help residents in need of emergency assistance.
Captain Randy Hartt, Yuma County Coordinator at The Salvation Army says "Well do food if they need food, we'll do emergency clothing, should they have to relocate because of the storm damage then we can actually replace some of the furniture if we have it available. We'll do all those types of things for people to get them back on their feet."
There were no reports of any damage as Mondays storm seemed to skip right over Yuma.
A heavy downpour drenched the area Tuesday morning making it the largest rainfall in Yuma so far this year.
Captain Hartt says the best way to verify your need for aid is to contact your insurance company and register with the Red Cross then bring whatever documentation you have available to The Salvation Army.