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February 9, 2015 6:04 PM

Plumas County recovering from heavy rain, 100-mph gusts

Plumas County began emerging Monday from a powerful weekend storm that knocked out electricity, uprooted trees and tossed people – and even a goose – in the air, while starting several fires and wreaking significant damage to nearly 100 structures.

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