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Crews Cleaning Up After Powerful Winds Rip Through The Inland Northwest

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(Photo from Dalke & Howard) (Photo from Dalke & Howard)
(Photo from Dalke & Howard) (Photo from Dalke & Howard)

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Right now crews are cleaning up all over the Inland Northwest after powerful winds ripped through our area. There are scattered power outages being reported. Look for updates here on KHQ.com, KHQ, Facebook, and our Twitter news feed. We'll have more coverage tonight on KHQ Local News at 5 and 6pm.

Here's a list of the damage being reported at this hour:

  • Tree clean up at Wedgewood & Whitehouse
  • Tree into house on N. Whitehouse
  • Trees down at Holy Cross Cemetery
  • Tree down at Dalke & Howard
  • Tree down on car at Dalke & Howard
  • Power Lines down on S. Grove
  • Tree down on car at Regal & Marshall
  • Tree down at Rowan & Morton (crews are working on restoring power in this area)
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