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Old 04-15-2014, 10:03 PM   #1
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Straight-line Winds reek havoc on trres, buildings

Straight-line winds in excess of 60mph hit our area Thursday evening. Dozens of trees down, several roads closed due to downed trees, wires or washed out by the flooding conditions. Many businesses and homes lost roofs, and were damaged. Power outages to 100,000+ in Michigan, including our home. We had zero damage and of course, had our RV to fall back on.
The owner of this home across town not only lost a couple trees, but his RV as well. Yesterday he had it posted for sale-as is!

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Friends in Stanton lost a lot of trees. I saw it on Facebook today.
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