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2012-02-02 / Community News

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The whole town of Lincoln may have suffered the most damage in Lee County during last week’s storm. While a tornado hasn’t been confirmed, residents will tell you that the winds were extremely strong. Many very large trees were uprooted throughout town, like the one seen above located across the street from the Lincoln Post Office. The whole town of Lincoln may have suffered the most damage in Lee County during last week’s storm. While a tornado hasn’t been confirmed, residents will tell you that the winds were extremely strong. Many very large trees were uprooted throughout town, like the one seen above located across the street from the Lincoln Post Office.

Pictured above is high water crossing on the Hall property in Tanglewood. 
PHOTO BY KATIE HALL. Pictured above is high water crossing on the Hall property in Tanglewood. PHOTO BY KATIE HALL.

Insurance Network of Texas had a piece of their awning damaged by the high winds last Wednesday. This picture was taken at the Hwy. 77 and Hwy. 290 intersection. Insurance Network of Texas had a piece of their awning damaged by the high winds last Wednesday. This picture was taken at the Hwy. 77 and Hwy. 290 intersection.

This is another tree in Lincoln that suffered severe damage from the wind. There were at least a dozen trees damaged within the city limits of Lincoln Wednesday. One neighbor reported wind gusts exceeding 100 mph. This is another tree in Lincoln that suffered severe damage from the wind. There were at least a dozen trees damaged within the city limits of Lincoln Wednesday. One neighbor reported wind gusts exceeding 100 mph.

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