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Getting back to normal: Storm damage being evaluated and repaired

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

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Edie Campe photo

The Sunday night storm caused this grain storage building to roll off its brick foundation at 11379 N. Kennedy's Crossing. The property, owned by Timothy and Madge Weaver, also sustained damage to a cedar tree in front of the building. On its way down, the tree caught a power line blockingt the roadway until Dick Johnson Volunteer Fire Department and Cinergy (now, Duke Energy) could clear the roadway. According to Timothy Weaver, the building received little damage and will probably stay in its current position until it can be righted. The building was empty at the time, but at one point was used to store shell corn and soybeans.



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