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  • Sampson County storm injures 14 people, destroys mobile homes and barns

    A storm with high winds ripped through Sampson County north of Clinton late Monday night, damaging homes, downing trees, and injuring at least 14 people. Residents begin to clean up Tuesday.

A storm with high winds ripped through Sampson County north of Clinton late Monday night, damaging homes, downing trees, and injuring at least 14 people. Residents begin to clean up Tuesday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A storm with high winds ripped through Sampson County north of Clinton late Monday night, damaging homes, downing trees, and injuring at least 14 people. Residents begin to clean up Tuesday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

‘It was raining in my house.’ Storm injures 14 people, destroys mobile homes and barns

May 30, 2017 1:54 PM