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Friday microburst blamed for Nemaha Co damage
05/18/2018

(KMZA)--Two outbuildings are destroyed, and a third damaged, following what's identified as a dry microburst in Nemaha County Friday afternoon.

According to the National Weather Service, it occurred shortly before 2:45, 3 miles southeast of Baileyville.

Nemaha County Emergency Management Director Todd Swart tells MSC News the dry downburst happened as thunderstorms dissipated, adding that the National Weather Service believes the wind at that time could have been upwards to 80 mph.

Swart says along with the outbuildings, tree damage also occurred.

One of the outbuildings was used to house antique vehicles, which incurred what he says is minor damage.

No injuries are reported, and no other damage has been identified.

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