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Winds Kick Up Wednesday In Southeast Raleigh

Posted July 14, 2004

— A family in Southeast Raleigh experienced the destructive forces of high winds during a summer storm Wednesday night.

Heavy winds, which peaked out at 60 miles per hour in the area, snapped a 50-foot tree in half. The tree fell on the family's car, smashing it.

No one was hurt. But the car was heavily damaged.


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