It wasn’t clear what caused the tree to go down, but lightning and heavy rain had just moved through the county.
The National Weather Service says winds topped 60 mph as storms crossed the area the night before.
They want to bring attention to the more than 1 billion people who are living in extreme poverty and the nearly 36 million victims of human …
As storms moved into central Indiana on Thursday, June 25, 2015, flashes of lightning lit up the sky over downtown Indianapolis.
It happened in the 5700 block of North Peppereel Way, in McCordsville.
The Damien Center said 15 percent of those with HIV in Indiana do not know their status.
What sparked the fire is under investigation. Officials say there were no working smoke detectors in the home.
The severe thunderstorm warnings have expired. Now, flash flood watches and warnings are in place around central Indiana.