US: Damaging Storm Hits Washington D.C. Area, Leaving Hundreds Of Thousands Without Power 4
Aug 06, 2023
Severe thunderstorms swept across the Washington, D.C. region on Saturday, July 29, bringing torrential rains and up to 80-plus mph wind gusts. The storm wreaked havoc across the area, knocking down trees and power lines, leaving hundreds of thousands without power, and causing travel disruptions. RESTRICTIONS AND USAGE TERMS: Please credit “@NeetFiles via Spectee”. Video Location: Washington, D.C., US Video Recording Date/Time: July 29, 2023 at about 16:30h
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