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Wind Tears Roof From Self-Storage Facility in South Carolina

High winds tore the roof off Mini Storage For Less in Anderson County, S.C., Friday, sending it hurtling through the air.

June 28, 2011

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Wind Tears Roof From Self-Storage Facility in South Carolina

High winds tore a roof off a self-storage facility in Anderson County, S.C., Friday, sending it hurtling through the air.

The roof from Mini Storage For Less off Old Williamston Road was ripped away, hit two cars passing by the facility, then crashed into the side of a home.

As it hit the two cars the roof began to break apart, sending scraps flying. Both cars suffered major damage. No injuries were reported.

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