Slideshow: June 16, 2019 tornado

A building on Kirila Contractors, Inc. property along Bedford Rd. was being taken down Monday afternoon after being damaged by the tornado that ripped through the Brookfield area Sunday evening. Tribune Chronicle /R. Michael Semple
Warren operations department employees clearing the remains of an area where a large tree fell across the road on Tod Avenue NW. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith
Workers put tarp on top of Carrier Services Group building, which is across from Jamestown Village Plaza. The metal roof was ripped off by high winds that blew through Trumbull County Sunday evening. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith
A team from the Cleveland weather service came to Trumbull County Monday to survey the damage from Sunday evenings storms. From left: Steven Weinstein and Harold Dippman, both summer volunteers with the NWS, meteorologist Patrick Saunders, and meteorologist Sarah Jamison. They were at the Brookfield Fire station. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Gary McMullin, owner and superintendent of Yankee Run golf course, stands next to downed trees along the #3 fairway as volunteers help to clean-up the downed trees Monday afternoon. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
David Baldwin stands in the front yard of his damaged home along Bedford Road SE in Brookfield Monday and talks about the damage done to his property. Tribune Chronicle / R. Michael Semple
Karen Phillips surveys damage Monday caused when a tornado felled a large tree next to her garage Sunday afternoon on Tod Avenue NW, Warren. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith
Dwight Prowitt of Power Point Electric Services shows service boxes that must be replaced on homes, before the electric service can be returned. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith
Gary Stephens, 68, shows all of the tree damage that surrounded his house when he got back home from his Father's Day dinner. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith
Part of a metal roof turn off by high winds during Sunday's storms. Tribune Chronicle / Raymond L. Smith

The National Weather Service confirmed that damage in the Brookfield area was caused by an EF-1 tornado on Sunday, June 16, 2019.