JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) — Severe thunderstorms in southeastern North Dakota with winds gusting to 75 mph caused power outages in Jamestown and blew over two semitrailers on Interstate 94.

KOVC radio reports that strong winds Thursday morning blew semis onto their sides near Sanborn and Oriska.

Authorities say the driver in the crash near Sanborn suffered injuries that are not life-threatening. Two people had to be extricated from the second semi. They were taken to a hospital with unknown injuries.

Diesel fuel tanks on the second semi ruptured, and a hazardous materials crew responded for cleanup.

KQDJ radio reports that winds damaged trees and downed power lines in Jamestown, and heavy rain caused street flooding. Hail the size of baseballs also was reported.