Straight-line Winds Caused Damage in Harlan County

Straight-line Winds Caused Damage in Harlan County

The National Weather Service has determined that injuries and damage in Harlan County were caused by 90 mph straight-line winds.
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From the Associated Press:

The National Weather Service has determined that injuries and damage in Harlan County were caused by 90 mph straight-line winds.

The weather service said the storm on Monday caused three minor injuries and damaged three buildings in Evarts, including one building hit by a tree. Numerous trees were also reported damaged.

Harlan County Emergency Management Director David McGill said the storm also downed power lines and caused power outages in the county.

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