A summer storm caused between $10,000 and $12,000 worth of damage at the Deer Park Airport along North Cedar Road. 

Winds were clocked at the Spokane International Airport as high as 70 miles-per-hour. The winds also came with thunder, lightning, and hail.

The storm hit Deer Park and tore apart one of the airplane hangars, ripping off part of the roof and siding.  There were three planes in the hangar when the storm hit according to witnesses. 

Another plane was severely damaged and left overturned in a grassy field. In all, there were seven planes hit by debris. All of those planes have been grounded until they can be inspected. 

Deer Park Airport workers estimated it will cost at least $10,000 to repair the private planes.