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Friday, July 21, 2006

After the Storm
Two days after one of the most ferocious storms in the City’s history blew through town, many ONSL residents are still without power and scrambling to find places to stay cool. The following photos document some of the storm’s impact.

Above: the already neglected and endangered building at 1305 Benton suffered further damage by Wednesday evening’s devastating winds.

Above: Troops from the National Guard patrolling North Market on Friday afternoon.

Above: Utility crews from Iowa and Wisconsin prepare to assist with efforts to restore power to ONSL.

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