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Goshen residents clean up, survey twister aftermath

Goshen residents spent the day Monday surveying the aftermath and cleaning up after Friday's twister. Throughout Goshen, one of the hardest-hit areas, power lines were blown down and big trees were

News 12 Staff

May 20, 2014, 6:51 PM

Updated 3,680 days ago

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Goshen residents spent the day Monday surveying the aftermath and cleaning up after Friday's twister.
Throughout Goshen, one of the hardest-hit areas, power lines were blown down and big trees were ripped out of the ground. Quarter-sized hail was also reported.
Goshen resident Margaret Vonpentz says numerous trees fell on her home and property as a result of the storm, adding that she didn't have any insurance to help pay for the cleanup.
While some homes did endure damage, officials say no injuries have been reported.
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