Microburst Storm Damages Reported in Pennsylvania, Virginia

 Wednesday, July 11, 2012

 Insurance Journal

The National Weather Service says a violent storm that downed trees, damaged homes and left 1,200 residents without power in west-central Pennsylvania this past Saturday, July 7, was a microburst, not a tornado. The Punxsutawney Spirit reports the areas hardest hit were Sykesville and Henderson Township, both about 75 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. No injuries were reported in the storm, which contained violent winds and quarter-sized hail. Several homes were damaged either by wind or by trees that fell onto them.
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