Windstorm Damages Homes, Vehicles In Oregon

 Monday, April 10, 2017

 The Bulletin

At 11 a.m. Thursday, Mollie Hogan and Chris Veatch signed their last papers and picked up the key for their new home near Pilot Butte. They moved a few items in, but decided not to stay in the new house for the night. Less than 24 hours later, high winds toppled a towering ponderosa pine, sending it crashing through the kitchen and living room. Instead of spending the weekend moving in to their new home, Hogan and Veatch will be spending it working with their insurance company, and looking for a furnished vacation rental where they and their two dogs can stay for the estimated six months it will take to make the house livable.

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