MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) – People living in Muskegon said the winds that whipped through Saturday evening "sounded like a freight train."
Dave Johnson, who has lived on Superior Street for all of his 76 years, said, "my wife and I decided we better head for the basement."
City workers clearing debris on Superior said they've been working all weekend.
On Laketon, employees of the Checkers restaurant moved food from the freezer to a truck to bring to a companion restaurant that had power. A day earlier, those employees huddled in that same freezer as the winds roared through.
"I just hollered for everyone to drop what they were doing and I put 'em all in the freezer," said manager Ron Charles.
The Lakeside neighborhood had a lot of big trees down. One fell on Laurie Bostromus' home on Moon Street.