Severe storms cause damage in south central Kansas

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WICHITA, Kansas – Severe storms hit south central Kansas Monday afternoon causing damage to some buildings, trees and utility poles.

Reno County Dispatch says a mile-long stretch of power lines is down in that county.

The storm produced 60 mph winds near K-61 and High Point Road.

In Sumner County, there’s some roof damage to buildings in Argonia and Caldwell.

Sumner County dispatchers say a row of trees east of Argonia blew over and is blocking part of US 160.

In Kingman County, there are reports of a shed demolished and two-inch diameter tree limbs downed.

In Argonia, there are reports of damage to the high school and elementary school roof.

 

 

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