Straight-Line Winds Cause Sail Boat to Crash Into North Dakota Home

 Monday, June 11, 2012

 Insurance Journal

Straight-line wind gusts damaged buildings, uprooted trees and sent a 30-foot sailboat crashing through the window of a home in North Dakota on June 9, the National Weather Service said. The boat hit a home in Granville, where residents have reported numerous downed power lines and swing sets and other items flattened, KXMC television reported. Rick Krolak, a Weather Service technician, said high winds in southern Montrail County destroyed an old church storage building and overturned several campers.
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