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on Jul 23, 2011 at 5:36 p.m.
Photo by Rachelle Klemme The Tuesday morning storm uprooted an evergreen tree on the north side of Wadena across from the hospital and armory.
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Robert Derby saws a downed tree on the north side of Wadena a few blocks from the fairgrounds.
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The storm flooded the low-lying field and part of the parking lot between M State and the southwest park, creating an island from the hill which was created a few months ago.
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City of Wadena workers fix electric lines near an east Wadena residence where a tree had fallen by a vehicle.
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