Patricia Huggins composes herself as she describes how a tree ripped through her roof, damaging much of her home on Truman Street during Monday's storm. "It felt like an earthquake," she said. Huggins said lightning also hit the home, cracking one of the walls in the living room.
Patricia Huggins composes herself as she describes how a tree ripped through her roof, damaging much of her home on Truman Street during Monday's storm. "It felt like an earthquake," she said. Huggins said lightning also hit the home, cracking one of the walls in the living room.
Patricia Huggins composes herself as she describes how a tree ripped through her roof, damaging much of her home on Truman Street during Monday's storm. "It felt like an earthquake," she said. Huggins said lightning also hit the home, cracking one of the walls in the living room.

1,500 without power following storm

July 22, 2008 10:38 AM

UPDATED July 22, 2008 02:36 PM

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