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First came the damage, then came the sirens

Published 08/16/2010, The Farmington Independent

By the time warning sirens sounded Friday morning in Farmington the most serious damage had already been done. According to Dakota Communication Center interim director Diane Lind warning sirens were activated in Farmington at 3:46 a.m. Aug. 13. But by that time, many residents in neighborhoods hit hardest by the storm were already outside examining homes that had been damaged, garages that in some cases had been demolished and trees that had been uprooted or snapped in two.

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