BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A thunderstorm that moved through central Montana on Tuesday evening destroyed a garage, damaged houses, uprooted trees and resulted in a boil order for residents of White Sulphur Springs.

Judith Basin County Sheriff Ray Clark tells The Billings Gazette a resident about three miles east of Utica watched a tornado destroy a garage, tear the roof off one house and damage another. Near Hobson, strong winds uprooted trees and damaged homes.

Fergus County Sheriff Thomas Killham says a tornado hit on the western side of the county and then moved into Chouteau County, where it touched down southeast of Big Sandy. Killham says he hasn't heard any damage reports

The Department of Environmental Quality issued a boil order for White Sulphur Springs after a suspected tornado destroyed the roof of the town's drinking water storage tank and filtration building.