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John Jensen, a well-known farmer, was killed when his car turned into a turtle and he was accidentally killed. St. Andrew's Church in downtown Sherbrooke was damaged, part of the roof was destroyed and a brick wall collapsed. In St. Hyacinth, windows were blown from the upper floors of hotels and roofs were damaged. The old ground-breaking ceremony was held, old ground-breaking houses were torn down and an old man and his three-year-old son were killed by mistake.
The most damage in that area was from Sarah's adjacent campsite to the lake island, where trees were uprooted. Many trees were blown down during a violent 20-minute storm. Wind speeds estimated at 80 to 100 km / h swept through the area, causing damage to buildings, trees, power lines and electricity pylons, among other things.
In the town of Sherbrooke, many trees were uprooted and numerous roofs and cars were damaged by falling trees. In Ada, roofs of a public works building were covered, and many buildings, mobile homes and vehicles were damaged by fallen trees, the city of Ada said.
In the greater Fargo area, more than $1.5 million in damage was caused to homes, buildings and vehicles. Several campers were injured and yards and buildings damaged in the Walker and Leech Lake areas. A tree on a farm was destroyed and damage in Cass, Itasca and Aitkin counties exceeded $500,000, according to the North Dakota Department of Natural Resources.
Other campers experienced destructive derecho winds south of Coburn and Gore, and one of them had an interesting story about his experience. Almost all of the 67 victims were victims of trees and fallen branches. A falling tree struck a mobile home and injured a woman after crushing her car. Twenty of the injured were rescued by a seaplane flying over the lake in the victims' forest, according to the North Dakota Department of Natural Resources.
Emigrating to the United States, he came from Freeborn County, Minnesota, and received his early education in Steele County Public Schools. He moved to Fargo in 1870 and graduated from Teachers College in Valley City in 1917. After walking to Fargo and back, he signed up in what is now Primrose Township in Steele Co. And here he once began to provide himself, his wife and their three children with a home. They lived there until his death at the age of 72 and came to America in 1869 with their children and grandchildren.
Even under the bright moon I could barely see the silhouetted ruins of Sherbrooke in the dark thicket. As I drove north from Sherrooke, my surroundings became increasingly bleak with no signs of life in sight except the faint glow of the moon.
The McGill radar center ring recorded double wind speeds, but the noise of the storm was so intense that none of us could remember hearing trees buckle or fall to the ground. However, it is estimated that there were at least 10,000 trees near Sherrooke, possibly as many as 20,500. The radar reflectivity in bright colors is placed over the gray tone that surpasses the storm system's clouds to show the derecho - creating an arc echo system that penetrates southwest Quebec.
Click here to see an animation of the composite images showing how the Arc-Echo system moves over Quebec and northern New England. Data from the composite base reflection radar show the derecho generated by the arc echo systems and its effects on the storm system. This composite image from the radar of the US National Weather Service (NWS) shows a dereCHO produced in the early morning hours of July 4, 2011 near Sherrooke, North Dakota. A composite of base and reflections from radar data, showing the derecho - produced arc echo system that produced the decho.
MapService (NDRAM) allows users to zoom in and visually visualize the location of the derecho and its impact on the storm system in real time. The following website is linked below, but there is immediately other information, including a map, video, and an interactive map of water damage in Sherrooke North Dakota.
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