Murder On The Ferry (Part 3, page 1 of 5)


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Part 3

There was a tropical depression that hit south of Cannonsville with it's twenty to thirtyfour knots or up to thirtyeigt miles an hour which didn't do any major damage except to a few loose items around resident's homes. Another Storm came shortky afterwards took down some of the smaller trees and knocked out power for just a short time. Some forecasters disputed whether it was a tornado or another tropical depression

‚Äč Actually was a tropical Storm One and nobody any where named it but did measure it's wind speed a few days later to fourty to fifty miles per hour. It tore down the ocean front businesses canopies and broke a few windows. They had just finished the repairs and installed new canapies when the city predicted another storm on it's way. .

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