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Storm Leaves Behind Damage in Parts of Dorchester, Sussex Counties

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The roof of Miller's Upholstery Repair on Middle Ford Road in Seaford, Del. was blown off during late Friday afternoon's storm. (Photo: WBOC) The roof of Miller's Upholstery Repair on Middle Ford Road in Seaford, Del. was blown off during late Friday afternoon's storm. (Photo: WBOC)
Late Friday afternoon's storm resulted in damage to this building on Pine Street in Cambridge, Md. (Photo: WBOC) Late Friday afternoon's storm resulted in damage to this building on Pine Street in Cambridge, Md. (Photo: WBOC)
WBOC NewsWatcher Page A. Gray submitted this photo of Friday afternoon's storm damage in the Cattail Crossing development in Cambridge. WBOC NewsWatcher Page A. Gray submitted this photo of Friday afternoon's storm damage in the Cattail Crossing development in Cambridge.
WBOC NewsWatcher Julie Sellers of East New Market, Md., submitted this photo of one of the garages in her backyard damaged by Friday's storm. WBOC NewsWatcher Julie Sellers of East New Market, Md., submitted this photo of one of the garages in her backyard damaged by Friday's storm.
WBOC NewsWatcher Duana Willey of Chester, Md., submitted this photo of an overturned tractor-trailer on the Frederick C. Malkus Bridge that crosses the Choptank River in Cambridge. WBOC NewsWatcher Duana Willey of Chester, Md., submitted this photo of an overturned tractor-trailer on the Frederick C. Malkus Bridge that crosses the Choptank River in Cambridge.

(WBOC)- A late Friday afternoon storm resulted in significant wind damage to parts of Dorchester County, Md. and Sussex County, Del.

High winds tore off the metal roof of Miller's Upholstery Repair on Middle Ford Road. There were no reported injuries. The business's owners said the building was not occupied at the time of the storm. Underneath the metal roof was a flat roof, which the business's owners said helped protect the rest of the building from further damage.

In parts of Dorchester County, Md., several trees and utility poles were blown down, leaving power outages in their wake. Some buildings in the Cambridge, East New Market and Hurlock areas also sustained wind damage. 

Also in Cambridge, a FedEx tractor-trailer overturned shortly after 4 p.m. on the Frederick C. Malkus Bridge that crosses the Choptank River. The accident resulted in significant traffic delays while emergency crews investigated and cleared the scene. The bridge was reopened to traffic shortly after 6 p.m. Police have not yet indicated the cause of the accident, but straight line winds are believed to have been a factor.

 

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