Reader submitted Memorial Day storm damage photos

Straight line winds in excess of 100 miles per hour swept through western and central Nobles County shortly before 3 a.m. Monday, uprooting trees, ripping roofs off of buildings and creating a path of destruction.

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Windows on this Rushmore home were blown out, and the deck was destroyed, in the storm that passed through Nobles County early Monday morning.
Joyce Jacobs
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Tin was peeled off a storage building in Rushmore during the strong straight line winds early Monday morning.
Joyce Jacobs
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Volunteers help clean up tree debris in the city of Rushmore Monday morning.
Joyce Jacobs
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The roof on this horse barn on the Daren and Phyllis Brunk farm south of Reading was ripped off during strong straight line winds early Monday morning.
Phyllis Brunk
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The roof of a storage facility in Rushmore was ripped off and ended up in a row of evergreens.
Joyce Jacobs
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Winds ripped a portion of the roof off of this structure northwest of St. Killian.
Paige Hoffman
Reader submitted Memorial Day storm damage photos
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