As many in Western Montana know, a freakishly strong storm rolled through our area yesterday afternoon. Several streets have been and still are closed due to large trees fallen across them. It has been reported that about 60 power poles have been blown down, several fires started and over 3200 people around Missoula were still without power this morning. Below are some pictures we took while driving around town last night. Click here to read the full article. The featured photo was taken by Kurt Wilson.
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