Students in Quakertown elementary school not immunized for chicken pox cannot return to school
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UPDATE from NWS: ‘Downburst’ near RB Winter State Park, no tornado |
MIFFLINBURG – Lots of damage but no tornado in western Union County Wednesday, so said officials after examining downed trees and wires after strong hit The Valley. It was simply high winds, but not a tornado, that caused heavy damage near RB Winter State Park in the Mifflinburg region Union County EMA Coordinator Michelle Dietrich provided that update to WKOK. She says National Weather Service officials classified the winds as a ‘downburst’ with winds about 80 mph Dietrich says weather service officials did not indicate tornadic activity based on radar and pictures submitted by the county. Therefore, weather service officials will not be coming to the area to survey the damage. According to the Mifflinburg Hose…
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