Winter storms in Utah bring down literal, figurative fences

by | Dec. 07, 2011

News from Utah

Throughout Davis County, Utah, USA, on Sunday, December 4, 2011, many LDS Church meetinghouses stood quiet and empty—the thousands of members who usually filled these buildings were working feverishly to clear debris from roads and yards in preparation for a dangerous winter storm forecast to hit later that day.

Just four days earlier, on Wednesday, November 30, another storm had struck Davis County, with winds topping 100 miles (160 km) per hour in Centerville.

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