The Associated Press – Thunderstorms packing high winds knocked down trees and power lines in West Michigan. MLive.com reports a 75-year-old man had a cut hand Monday morning after briefly being trapped in a vehicle Kent County’s Cascade Township, near Grand Rapids. Authorities say a lightning strike caused smoke inside a garage in the Grand Rapids area. Hail also was reported. In the Muskegon area there were reports of flooded roads, as well as a house fire from a lightning strike. Trees also were knocked down by winds. The storms were moving through the state on Monday.