Straight-line Winds Caused Damage in Harlan County

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Updated: 4/29 4:07 pm
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.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)
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