A powerful overnight storm left thousands without power, downed trees and had city and county officials questioning whether a tornado ripped through Scranton’s Hill Section. Here are a collection of images from Staff Photographer Jason Farmer and other staff writers who grabbed photos while on the way to work.

Residents of the Hill Section in Scranton assess the storm damage. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A tree fell into a house along Harrison Ave. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Piles of debris are left during the clean up in the Hill Section of Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A tree uprooted falling on a house and lifted up the sidewalk along Harrison Ave. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A tree fell on a vehicle and lifted up the sidewalk along East Gibson Street in Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A tree blocks the entry of a home along Harrison Ave. in Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Down trees throughout the Hill Section of Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photograpehr

Titan Tree Services clean up a downed tree on Harrison Ave. in Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

The windows were knocked out of a home and a tree fell after the storm. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A large pine tree is held up by wires in the Hill Section of Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

A tree fell down taking down wires and a fence in the hill section of Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Ann Thiel walks past a large branch that landed in her pool. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Scranton resident Henry Thiel looks at his damaged fence afer the storm knocked it down. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Amy Pope points out the damage to her mom’s house and the neighbor’s after the storm on Monday, April 15, 2019. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Car windows were smashed out from the storm that hit the Hill Section of Scranton. Jason Farmer / Staff Photographer

Half of a broken tree rests on the roof of a two-story home at the corner of Cherry Street and Fifth Street in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

A wooden dugout roof lays on bleachers at the softball field at Sherwood Park in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

Uprooted trees break through a chain link fence at Sherwood Park in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

Half of a broken tree rests on the roof of a two-story home at the corner of Cherry Street and Fifth Street in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

Uprooted trees along Sherwood Avenue lay inside Sherwood Park in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

A large metal storage container is overturned at Sherwood Park in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

An overturned grill lays on a sidewalk on Cherry Street in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

Uprooted trees along Sherwood Avenue lay inside Sherwood Park in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer

Roofing materials litter the ground in a driveway on Fifth Street in Dunmore on Monday, April 15, 2019.
Christopher Dolan / Staff Photographer