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Spring storm damage in Shawnee

Wednesday night's storm moved from Gardner to De Soto into western Shawnee, causing damage along Mize Road before heading further east about 63rd Street. On the east side of Kansas Highway, most of the damage seems to have been caused between Monticello Road and Marion Street, north of the 6000 block to Johnson Drive.

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Winds from Wednesday's storm pushed a trampoline into the back of Bill Beeler's home near ...

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The trampoline legs came through the wall, damaging several wall studs and Bill Beeler's cable ...

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Winds pushed the trampoline flush against the Beeler home, and the legs took out several ...

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The legs of the trampoline went through the wall near the bed where Bill Beeler's ...

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Wind overnight Wednesday blew over two large cottonwood trees in front of Jim and Marilyn ...

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Several trees on Steven Kingsford’s heavily-wooded lot were damaged or felled overnight Wednesday in the ...

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Shawnee Public Works employees clear Clare Road of trees just south of 63rd Street, west ...

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Cable company workers attach a downed line to a newer power pole on 63rd Street ...

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JoAnn Converse (right) surveys her ornamental pear tree, saying she was lucky it just missed ...

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This Australian willow was one of two in Jay Larson’s back yard that were damaged ...

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