Ursuline College reopens after severe tornado damage

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio - After severe damage caused by a tornado, Ursuline College has reopened for business.

 The college located in Pepper Pike reopened Tuesday morning and has resumed business as normal, according to a news conference.

Clean-up crews have removed most of the ceiling beams from the gymnasium in hope to use them as benches around campus.

After a prayer service was held Tuesday morning, classes and meetings went on as scheduled.

There are currently no other updates about the damage estimates or rebuilding.

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