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April 24, 2014 8:20 AM

Lightning hits tree, damages Woodman school in southwest Wichita

A lightning bolt from a thunderstorm blasted a beloved cottonwood tree in the courtyard next to Woodman Elementary in southwest Wichita Thursday morning, sending bark flying that injured a man bringing his granddaughter to the school and shattering several classroom windows.

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