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CENTRAL OREGON -- Deschutes County is joining Crook and Jefferson in the emergency declaration for last month’s thunderstorm. Central Oregon is still recovering from the severe wind and hail that came through. Deschutes County Emergency Manager Sgt. Nathan Garibay says the Weather Service indicated that the winds were easily in the 70 to 80 mile an hour range. He also confirms the radar of the storm supports the request for the governor’s declaration on behalf of counties that received damage.

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