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Borger winds reported in excess of 90 miles per hour Thursday night

Borger, TX - Winds in Borger last night were reported in excess of 90 miles per hour.

The winds blew off the roof of the Kar Korner auto dealership at 10th and Cedar, which landed on the cars in the lot.

Trees were reported down all around town, as well as garage sheds and some high line poles.

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