Wind Blows Semi Trailer Over in Haskell County

KSCB News - June 16, 2009 12:00 am

KANSAS WEATHER

NEW: Heavy winds hit parts of Kansas

DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) – Storms with heavy winds have hit

southern Kansas, blowing a semi trailer off a highway in Haskell

County and damaging sheds in Ford County.

The National Weather Service in Dodge City says a funnel cloud

briefly touched down south of Dodge City yesterday. No injuries

were reported.

Meteorologist Michael Scott says the semi trailer was blown over

at the intersection of a highway in Haskell County south of

Plymell.

There were severe thunderstorm warnings for Ochiltree and Beaver

Counties as well yesterday afternoon.

The National Weather Service in Wichita reported that a mobile

home lost half of its roof east of Leon in Butler County. No

injuries were reported.

 

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