Devastation hit Dayton, Ohio on Monday night, as several tornadoes touched down throughout the city, causing massive amounts of damage, according to multiple reports.

Several buildings, homes and trees were destroyed by the tornadoes during the night. Residents in the area have been asked to conserve water and there are several power outages, some that could last as long as a week.

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After learning of the devastation in Dayton, popular ESPN and College GameDay personality Kirk Herbstreit offered his thoughts and prayers for his hometown.

“My thoughts and prayers to all the folks back in my hometown of Dayton, Ohio affected by the tornado last night,” Herbstreit wrote. “Looks like Celina, Trotwood, and Beavercreek all had a lot of damage. Thank you to all the 1st responders and everyone helping with the recovery.”

It was unknown what the estimated damage was at the time of the reports. According to Accuweather.com, there was one storm-related fatality and three individuals who suffered minor injuries.