(CNN) -- One person died and four others were injured at a campground outside Detroit, Michigan, Sunday after severe weather moved through the area, according to the St. Clair County sheriff's department.
Earlier, the department had reported four fatalities at the campground, but Sheriff Tim Donnellon released corrected information Sunday night with one fatality confirmed. Donnellon said it did not appear that the other four campers' injuries were life-threatening.
Video of the Fort Trodd Campground in Clyde Township -- about 60 miles northeast of Detroit -- showed at least two recreational vehicles that were thrown into a pond by high winds. Several others were overturned amid a path of debris.
Severe storms blew through the state earlier Sunday, spawning at least one likely tornado west of Detroit that downed power lines and ripped roofs off homes.
The National Weather Service issued a significant weather advisory for St. Clair County Sunday night, warning of storms capable of producing heavy rain, hail and winds up to 50 mph.