KLICK! Photo Gallery: Memorial Day storm damage

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Two trees hang on power lines on Manhattan Point Boulevard.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A tree uprooted behind Heather Jones' home on Pinedale Street in Manhattan Beach during the Monday, May 30, 2022, storms.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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Many downed trees hit power lines and remain entangled in them, as happened on Manhattan Point Boulevard. People should exercise caution around potentially live lines.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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In the high winds, the tops of trees snapped and blew several feet, as happened at the Ideal Township Community Park.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A downed tree hangs above the entrance to Greenwood Cemetery in Nisswa.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A snapped tree touches County Road 18.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A birch tree hangs on a power line by County Road 11, east of Pequot Lakes.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A tree still blocked the end of Manhattan Point Boulevard on the morning of Tuesday, May 31.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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A tree severed the connecting line to a home on Manhattan Point Boulevard.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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The storms snapped several power lines in the area, including at least two on Manhattan Point Boulevard in Crosslake.
Megan Buffington / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Downed trees were still visible throughout Pine River on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, after the Memorial Day storm. Some damaged property, like the travel trailer in this photo.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Some homes came close to disaster during the Monday, May 30, 2022, storm, such as this home east of Backus.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
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Storms throughout Memorial Day evening, Monday, May 30, 2022 downed trees and damaged power lines across the state.
Travis Grimler / Echo Journal
KLICK! Photo Gallery: Memorial Day storm damage
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