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Tropical Storm Beryl pays Nantucket a visit

Branches, power lines hit ground

Harbormaster Dave Fronzuto of Nantucket surveyed the harbor yesterday. Winds peaked at 44 miles per hour, said a meterologist with the National Weather Service.
By Yuxing Zheng
Globe Correspondent / July 22, 2006

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NANTUCKET -- Tropical Storm Beryl blew through the Nantucket area early yesterday, causing little damage beyond downed telephone and cable lines and fallen branches, said Police Chief William Pittman. (Full article: 164 words)

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