More severe weather rolled through northern Illinois on Monday night, with at least five tornadoes reported across the state.

The National Weather Service will be out today to document the damage and paths of the twisters. Here are the locations where officials think tornadoes touched down:

According to the AP, one person in Woodhaven Association, a private camping resort in Sublette, was hospitalized with injuries that were serious but not life-threatening. Four other "walking wounded" were either treated on scene or refused treatment.

Damage to a mall in the Sterling area is extensive, with a roof reported to have been torn off a Sporting Goods store there.  Patrons tweeted messages of being trapped in the bathrooms while heavy rains pelted the area after the severe storms passed.

Here's a first look at the damage in Sublette, taken this morning from a traffic helicopter:

Wreckage from Woodhaven Lakes Camping Grounds in Sublette, IL. Courtesy: Eddie Varela

Posted by Eyewitness News on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Take a look at this video from a stormchaser in the Sublette area last night. It really gets nasty in the final 10 minutes or so:

Meanwhile, in Sterling:

Finally a couple pictures from Coal City, Ill., in Will County:

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People stand as they look at the damage caused by a tornado while storms continue throughout the area on June 22, 2015 in Coal City, Illinois.
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Damage on June 23, 2015 after a tornado struck the previous day in Coal City, Illinois.