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Cleaning Up After A Stormy Weekend

September 1, 2014, 10:30 AM by Brandon Van Westen

Cleaning Up After A Stormy Weekend

Southern areas of KELOLAND faced several bands of severe weather over the weekend.

LifeLight officials estimated that Saturday Night was one of the busiest nights in recent years of the festival. In past years, the festival has seen attendance number rise above 300,000. Heavy rains during the weekend festival turned dirt into large patches of mud.

In western Iowa, high winds knocked down power lines and toppled trees. In Sergeant Bluff, dozens of homes were damaged by fallen trees. Authorities advise residents to stay inside and obey road blocks as crews work to repair the damage.

Find out how crews are cleaning up after the weekend's active weather tonight on KELOLAND News.

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