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High Winds Cause Fatality

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Updated: 6/30/2012 12:59 am

A Montgomery County man was killed in an accident caused by high winds.

The coroner says 30-year-old Michael Martin got out of his car on Donaldson Road in Clark County. He was clearing some tree limbs off the road when a tree fell on him. He died at the scene.

Other storm damage caused by high winds was reported in Lexington.

A tree crushed a car and damaged a second one on Imperial Avenue near Newtown Pike.

Cars and a Lextran Bus had to take a different route off Cambridge Roadwhen a tree fell.

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