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Daily Press file photos A short but violent thunderstorm with wind speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour whipped through Escanaba on July 7, 1980. The storm dumped torrents of water on the city, causing significant flooding, as can be seen in this photo of Ludington Street.
Daily Press file photos A short but violent thunderstorm with wind speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour whipped through Escanaba on July 7, 1980. Above, left, plane owners survey the damage after at least 20 airplanes were damaged at the Delta County airport. Seventeen of the planes were destroyed.
Daily Press file photos A short but violent thunderstorm with wind speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour whipped through Escanaba on July 7, 1980. Above, a young Escanaba boy was admitted to St. Francis hospital after a tree struck the car he was riding in near the intersection of Lake Shore Drive and M-35 during the storm. Hospital officials said the boy suffered from head lacerations and was being admitted for observations.

Daily Press file photos

A short but violent thunderstorm with wind speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour whipped through Escanaba on July 7, 1980. Above, left, plane owners survey the damage after at least 20 airplanes were damaged at the Delta County airport. Seventeen of the planes were destroyed. Above, at right, a young Escanaba boy was admitted to St. Francis hospital after a tree struck the car he was riding in near the intersection of Lake Shore Drive and M-35 during the storm. Hospital officials said the boy suffered from head lacerations and was being admitted for observations. At right, the storm dumped torrents of water on the city, causing significant flooding, as can be seen in this photo of Ludington Street.

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