Kokomo city is placed to north of Indianapolis of about 45000 people, appeared to be the epicenter of storm damage.
On Wednesday, multiple tornados touched down in the central Indiana, causes tearing roofs of apartment, cutting power to thousands of people, scattered the derbies of various objects.
On Wednesday, tornadoes cannon through central Indiana, smash the number of homes and a Starbucks cafe in Kokomo town and had cut the power in many homes in the thousands of homes in Indianapolis-area but no any serious injuries were noted.
Mike Pence, Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee suddenly left campaign pursue in the North Carolina to return to Indiana, said eight funnel clouds were confirmed and three touched down during what he called a “very tough day of weather”.
Pence said, early tornado warning was issued in the 27 countries, but no one wants to go for killed or badly hurt, adding that he would remain in Indiana for “as long as we need to be here.”
In Howard County minor injuries were reported, in fact bore in result of storms, according to John Erickson, spokesman for the state Homeland Security Department.
The National Weather Service said, it is one of the extremely dangerous tornado struck near Indianapolis, state capital and largest city, strong thunderstorms were rolled out in the late afternoon.
Kokomo city consist of 45000 people which is about 60 miles north of Indianapolis, fount to be epicenter of storm damage, annihilate Starbucks outlet and number of houses left broken with roofs and walls torn away.
The entire front wall and frontage of the Starbucks suddenly collapses in the wind can be seen in video footage shot from a bar across the street and aired by Indianapolis-based NBC News affiliate WTHR-TV.
Starbucks customers and employees piled into the restroom as they protect themselves from storm closed in, according to police told to Reuters by City Councilman Bob Cameron.
“They all got in there. That was a smart move,” he said, adding shoppers waited out at the nearby Krogers supermarket, the storms in coolers at the back of the store.
An adjacent shopping mall was heavily damage, reported and nursing home in Howard County also continues damage due to storm, Erickson said.
Aerial footage of Kokomo broadcast by WTHR showed a five-block residential area where at least 10 homes were largely demolished and several others heavily dented.
Photos posted on online by Indianapolis Fox associate WXIN-TV showed a garden apartment complex heavily smashed in Kokomo.
The Salvation Army of Indiana assisting to 200 affected with food and shelter reported. Indianapolis public education officials got late to send school children to home on buses were 2 hours late, waiting until the weather cleared.
Erickson said Power outages carried out in the state of 42000 homes and businesses were running without electricity, including 24000 outages alone in the Howard County.
Howard County issued a state of emergency to remain in effect until 9 p.m. EDT (0100 GMT Thursday).