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Storms knock down trees, utility poles in Zachary

Storms on 4/30/17 caused damage in the Zachary area. (Source: WAFB) Storms on 4/30/17 caused damage in the Zachary area. (Source: WAFB)
ZACHARY, LA (WAFB) -

There were some reports of wind damage in the Zachary area following storms Sunday morning.

The storm snapped tress and toppled utility poles.

It also blew a small trailer onto its side.

Fortunately, there weren't any reports of injuries in the area.

At this point, the damage is believed to be caused by high winds, not a tornado.

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