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State Cleans Up After Damaging Storm

Rhode Island is continuing to clean up from damaging storms that left more than 120-thousand customers without electricity.  The powerful storms ripped through the state at around six a.m. yesterday, with a wind gust of 67 miles per hour recorded at TF Green Airport.  State officials say the damage is similar to hurricanes they have seen strike the state in the past.  No deaths are being reported from the storm.  National Grid says the 121-thousand customers who lost power are more than the number reported after Storm Sandy.



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