CHICAGO (CBS)– A boy scout troop from the northwest suburbs is headed home after their Wisconsin camp was damaged by severe storms.
The scouts took shelter in a lodge when thunderstorms hit Friday night.
Many trees were snapped and tents flattened.
One scout was hurt and was treated on site.
Cleanup continues at the camp.
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