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March Blows By Leaving Destruction

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The old tree that made quite an impact as it ended its lifespan sits on the property line of 614 and 612 N. Ellsworth Ave. "It was measured a few years ago and was supposed to go to the street," Maxon said. "But the wind made it go to the house." (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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Maxon is amazed at the rather inconvenient hole in the wall of her house. The tree punctured the wall as it came falling to the ground, but amazing miss all electrical wires in the wall. "There is a hole in the house right under the window it broke," Maxon said. (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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(Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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Andy Bolling's house at 325 E. Arrow St. had substantial damage to it after the upper part of a tree in his front yard landed on his house. Bolling said, "It's a lot worse than it looks." (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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The tree put two holes in the roof of the house and went through a truss in the attic. He said the truss, gutters and down spouts, front siding and parts of the screened-in porch will have to be replaced. (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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He said an ironic thing about this incident is that when it occurred he was out "cutting limbs off power lines" at work. (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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Visitors to Indian Foothills Park Monday afternoon, March 31, could see a number of trees on their side pointing north after the high winds on Monday, March 31. This tree was located below the Eastwood Street entrance of the park. Administrative Assistant Mary Perkins said the park and golf course lost six trees and one great big limb. (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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This tree along the road just below the Marshall Aquatics Center fell on Monday due to high winds. (Rachel Harper/Democrat-News)
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