Powerful storms topple trees, damage homes in Suffolk

A sudden hail storm Saturday afternoon has left widespread damage across Suffolk County.
Strong winds destroyed a Chipotle and damaged several other businesses at a strip mall on Montauk Highway in Shirley.
Officials say people were inside the restaurant, but no one was hurt.
Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger) Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger)
Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger) Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger)
Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger) Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger)
Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger) Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger)
Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger) Storm damage in Shirley (News 12/Andrew Ehinger)
A Shirley woman says several trees on her property were uprooted in seconds, a car was damaged and her new trampoline was airlifted into a nearby tree.
In Oakdale, 10 people were evacuated from an apartment building after an old tree crashed into it. The tree caused a gas leak that was capped - but officials say the building will be uninhabitable for the near future.
Storm damage in Oakdale (Andrew Ehinger/News 12) Storm damage in Oakdale (Andrew Ehinger/News 12)
Storm damage in Oakdale (Andrew Ehinger/News 12) Storm damage in Oakdale (Andrew Ehinger/News 12)
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Brookhaven officials say Chipotle will remain closed as crews look for any other damage.
News 12's Andrew Ehinger was in Oakdale where a tree fell on top of an apartment building. Officials say 10 people were displaced.

Story photo: Damage in Lynbrook - Danny Springsteen