Storms Damage Trees, Knock Out Power In Huron

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Winds reached up to 80 miles per hours after storms traveled across South Dakota for a second night.

Trees in the Huron area were blown over and power lines damaged by strong winds in the early morning hours of Thursday. According to Northwestern Energy, more than 800 customers had lost power before service was restored.

A convenience store in Ipswich lost part of a roof, and numerous power poles in the Rapid City area were knocked down.

Early Wednesday morning, storms blew through northern South Dakota, damaging campers and trees in the Herreid area.

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