60 to 70 MPH Winds Topple Trees In Shortsville and Manchester

The sound of buzz saws fill the air in Shortsville and Manchester as clean up starts after the Tuesday night storm. Wally Lannon is the groundskeeper for St. Dominic's Catholic Church in Shortsville. He has tree damage to clear at the church and the cemetery.

Any guess on how strong the winds were?

Be careful when making your way around today while clean up work proceeds.

 

 


ST. DOMINIC'S CEMETERY

 

CLEAN UP UNDERWAY AT ST. DOMINIC'S. PHOTOS BY SORAH DEVLIN, FINGER LAKES NEWS RADIO

 

 

 

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