PHOENIX (KSAZ) - For the second time in four days, a monsoon storm swept through the Valley, leaving damage behind.
Some of the worst damage is in the west Valley where homes were destroyed and many residents are still without power.
** Rainbow Valley Residents **— Buckeye Valley Fire (@BvfdAz) August 3, 2018
APS is working to restore power.
If you are in of any assistance Red Cross is set up at Estrella Foothills High School located at 13033 S. Estrella Parkway Goodyear,AZ 85338.
Water and ice are available at Fire Station 326 atv19937 W. Arlington Rd.
What’s left of a home in the area of Arlington and Rainbow Valley Rd @BvfdAz says as many as 15 homes were destroyed, no one was hurt @NWSPhoenix says a downburst is responsible @FOX10Phoenix #Fox10phoenix #monsoon2018 pic.twitter.com/83pjzrHZIQ— Anita Roman Fox 10 (@ANITAROMANFOX10) August 3, 2018
WATCH:— Carmen Blackwell (@CarmenMB_Fox10) August 3, 2018
Surprise took a pretty hard hit. Last night’s storm blew in high winds & toppled massive trees over.
Look at this neighborhood near Reems and Bell Rd.
We spoke with neighbor who says, “it was like a tornado came through!”@mrobisonfox10 @FOX10Phoenix #FOX10AZAM pic.twitter.com/ZZiXfoqPFU
VIDEO: FOX 10's Anita Roman and Carmen Blackwell have team coverage on this story.