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High winds strike Lancaster

High winds, in excess of 78 miles an hour accompanied heavy rain Monday afternoon as a storm front passed through Grant County, striking hardest in Lancaster, where downed trees and power lines caused damage to homes, destroyed at least one car, and was likely the cause of an electrical fire in a home on Madison Street that took several hours to quell.

Power had been returned nearly two hours after strong winds blew through Lancaster just before 4 p.m. Monday, June 30.

More information will be posted as it is collected, and photos will be linked to. Also, a recap of the events will be in the Grant County Herald Independent this week.