A severe storm with winds as high as 111 mph damaged trees, power lines and knocked down a barn in Hugo.
The storm destroyed the Hoefler's barn, collappsing it around two treasured cars: A '46 Willys and a '62 Chevy 2-door Impala. (Tyler Lopez, 7NEWS)
After the storm died down, Jennie Hoefler looked out her window and had this thought: "Oh my God, my barn is gone!" (Tyler Lopez, 7NEWS)
Jennie Hoefler's barn near 2nd Avenue and 8th Street in the outskirts of Hugo collapsed on top of two vintage cars during the storm.
A destroyed barn in Hugo shortly after the storm on June 4. Two vehicles are underneath.
Sunrise reveals a tree that was snapped in half by the storm in Hugo. (Leo Lopez)
Trees damaged in Hugo after the June 5 storm. (Leo Lopez)
Damaged tree limbs lie along a Hugo street on the morning after the storm. (Leo Lopez)
A section of fencing was knocked down by the storm. (Leo Lopez)
A tree limb lies across a car in Hugo after the storm. (Leo Lopez)
Power was out in Hugo during the storm. This utility pole remained at an angle on the morning after the storm. (Leo Lopez)
Large tree limbs fell during the storm. (Leo Lopez)