Sudden storm's 91 mph high wind ravages region; thousands without power

Jun 30, 2012 Full story: Journalgazette.net

Friday afternoon's thunderstorm moved at 55 mph, roaring across the region with winds of up to 91 mph, dropping hail and felling trees and utility poles everywhere it went.

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#1 Jun 30, 2012
I'm from New Haven but out of town. Which part of Ft. Wayne got the worst storm damage?

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#2 Jul 1, 2012
I can't say one area is worse than another. There is damage just about everywhere you go. Lake Ave by D.O. McComb funeral home was pretty bad, but over all every area is pretty bad.

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