Storm blows through Highland County


A storm that blew through Highland County late Tuesday afternoon knocked down this tree at the intersection of West Walnut and Vine streets in Hillsboro, in addition to other trees or large limbs on West Walnut Street, South Elm Street and other locations throughout the city. The storm also knocked out the traffic lights in the center of town and power to parts of the city. Sectional tournament baseball games at Whiteoak and Fairfield and a sectional softball game at Lynchburg-Clay were postponed until Wednesday. AEP said 1,800 local customers were without power following the storm.


A storm that blew through Highland County late Tuesday afternoon knocked down this tree at the intersection of West Walnut and Vine streets in Hillsboro, in addition to other trees or large limbs on West Walnut Street, South Elm Street and other locations throughout the city. The storm also knocked out the traffic lights in the center of town and power to parts of the city. Sectional tournament baseball games at Whiteoak and Fairfield and a sectional softball game at Lynchburg-Clay were postponed until Wednesday. AEP said 1,800 local customers were without power following the storm.

A storm that blew through Highland County late Tuesday afternoon knocked down this tree at the intersection of West Walnut and Vine streets in Hillsboro, in addition to other trees or large limbs on West Walnut Street, South Elm Street and other locations throughout the city. The storm also knocked out the traffic lights in the center of town and power to parts of the city. Sectional tournament baseball games at Whiteoak and Fairfield and a sectional softball game at Lynchburg-Clay were postponed until Wednesday. AEP said 1,800 local customers were without power following the storm.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Tree-down-pic-1.jpgA storm that blew through Highland County late Tuesday afternoon knocked down this tree at the intersection of West Walnut and Vine streets in Hillsboro, in addition to other trees or large limbs on West Walnut Street, South Elm Street and other locations throughout the city. The storm also knocked out the traffic lights in the center of town and power to parts of the city. Sectional tournament baseball games at Whiteoak and Fairfield and a sectional softball game at Lynchburg-Clay were postponed until Wednesday. AEP said 1,800 local customers were without power following the storm.
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