Remains of Tropical Storm Harvey Devastates Town of Sanford

StoryfulPublished: September 2, 2017
Published: September 2, 2017

Sanford in North Carolina was hit by the remains of Tropical Storm Harvey on Friday afternoon, September 1, devastating homes and businesses in the area. The damage was caused by a “microburst” of winds traveling up to 90mph, WNCN reported. “Several funnel clouds were witnessed however, the National Weather Service says that none of those funnel clouds reached the ground to form a tornado,” Priest told Storyful. “The damage, according to the NWS, came from microbursts. Large trees fell on power lines and houses, and a roof was torn off a warehouse. Several in the area are still without power, crews continue to work to clean the damage and get power restored.” According to WNCN, three businesses and 28 homes were damaged. Credit: Patrick Priest via Storyful

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