Hail Pelts Lancaster During Strong Summer Storm

StoryfulWeather Published September 5, 2017 0 Plays

Rumble Hailstones rained down on Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on September 5 as the area experienced a summer storm that felled trees and power lines, leaving more than 11,000 without power. According to reports from Lancaster Online, the central and northern areas of Lancaster County bore the brunt of the storm, and an estimated $100,000 to $120,000 of damage was caused due to toppled trees and debris. This footage shows hail raining down on Lancaster’s North Charlotte Street. Credit: Instagram/zombiebaron via Storyful

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  • BroncoBob, 1 year ago

    This street looks like the same one that cars, trucks, and buses, slide down the hill in winter on a solid sheet of ice, kind of funny at the time.

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