World News – USA – Howling storm makes thousands


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The storm threw a tree into the side of 60 Tall Pines, where a baby was sleeping in her crib.

Howling winds and driving rain crashed a tree against 60 Tall Pines, where a 6-month-old baby slept in her cot on Monday night. The child is reportedly fine.

The strong storm that rolled through Maine dropped trees, power lines and flattened stop signs around Lewiston-Auburn.

As of 9:24 p. m. There were 67. 452 unpowered Central Maine Power customers. Of these, 5 were. 210 in Androscoggin County, Jan.. 198 in Oxford County, 441 in Franklin County and 28. 263 in Cumberland County.

A tree fell on a parked car in Lewiston and falling trees knocked down power lines on East Avenue. A report of a branch hanging from a wire causing sparks on Simard Avenue forced a homeowner to turn off power to the house.

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World News – USA – Howling storm kills thousands


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