Damage reports from storms Thursday night

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Booming storms rolled through the Quad Cities late Thursday, October 6, 2016, leaving thousands without power and damage in its path (scroll down to see photos from WQAD News 8 viewers).

Related: Power knocked out to thousands in the QC, restoration for many expected by noon 

The following timeline of reports was gathered by the National Weather Service:

10:21 p.m. -- A possible tornado was reported on the east side of Muscatine, Iowa near F-70 and Highway 61, report from trained spotter

10:39 p.m. -- A tornado lifted around 10:27 p.m. two miles north of Stockton, Iowa, according to a trained spotter. "Tornado was on the ground for about 12 to 15 minutes."

10:40 p.m. -- A tree smashed down on a car on South Hampton Drive in Bettendorf, Iowa, report from social media

10:40 p.m. -- Widespread tree damage with tree limbs between two and three feet in diameter spotted two miles west of Bettendorf.  Some trees snapped off. There were at least three reports of holes in roofs from trees and damage to shingles and siding. The damage path went northeast from Spruce Hills Drive through Tanglefoot Lane, and Greenbrier Drive ending at Crow Creek Road.  report from trained spotter

10:46 p.m. -- Winds gusting up to 60 mph three miles northeast of Muscatine, report from trained spotter

11:17 p.m. -- Northwest of Fairport, Iowa, a tree was down across railroad tracks, bringing power lines down with it, report from trained spotter

11:39 p.m. -- A building and multiple trees were down on Water Street in Fairport, report from a trained spotter