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High Winds Causing Havoc In West Texas

NewsWest 9, Facebook

A windy day in West Texas pretty much looks like any other day in West Texas. A REALLY windy day looks like this:

NewsWest 9, Facebook
NewsWest 9, Facebook
NewsWest 9, Facebook
NewsWest 9, Facebook

High winds gusting over 60 mph are causing damage and accidents across West Texas and Midland/Odessa. Downed utility poles, street lights and debris have caused the closing of some area roads, with visibility on some stretches of highway down to hundreds of feet.

NewsWest 9 posted these photos on their Facebook page. Do you have any pictures of wind damage? Post them here!

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