Storm damages plane, hangar in Holyoke, Colo.

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HOLYOKE, Colo. -- Powerful winds or a possible tornado hit the airport in Holyoke on Colorado's eastern plains flipping a plane and destroying a hangar.

Airport manager and city superintendent Mark Brown says a plane in the hangar was sitting upside down on the tarmac Tuesday.

Holyoke is in the northeastern corner of Colorado.

He believes the widespread nature of the debris field was caused by a tornado late Monday night.

A few mobile homes were overturned at a nearby trailer park. No injuries were reported.

Phillips County Sheriff Charles "Rob" Urbach says several people reported seeing a tornado on the ground at about 8:30 Monday night.

He says a tin building was demolished and several storage buildings were knocked off of their foundations.

The storm caused property damage but didn't hurt anybody.

Possible tornadoes were also reported in Washington County Monday night where at least three structures were damaged north and south of the town of Akron.

The Red Cross says one trailer home was destroyed near Akron. The person who lived there was not hurt.