DUNDEE, Mich. – Strong winds caused damage to buildings and power lines in Dundee on Saturday as severe weather moved through the area.
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According to officials from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, straight-line winds damaged a roof of a downtown Dundee building and a gazebo near Tecumseh and Main Streets. Officials also say there are several down wires in the area.
On Saturday, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Monroe and Wayne Counties. The issue expired at noon. The NWS reported that 60 mph gusts of wind were possible.
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Officials ask that the public stays away from the area as clean-up is underway. The Dundee Police and Fire Departments are at the scene and are joined by Michigan State Police, Dundee DPW, Ida & Summerfield Fire, Monroe County Emergency Management, Michigan Gas and DTE. There are no injuries reported at this time.