A damaged high tension line tower in Oklahoma

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Pottawatomie County, Okla., May 20, 2010 -- A high tension line tower, once 140 feet tall, lies collapsed on the ground, a victim of tornadic winds that ripped the area on May 10. Thousands of Oklahomans in the easrern half of the state lost electrical service when 22 confirmed tornadoes - including several F3 and two F4 twisters - struck that day.  FEMA Photo by Win Henderson
Pottawatomie County, Okla., May 20, 2010 -- A high tension line tower, once 140 feet tall, lies collapsed on the ground, a victim of tornadic winds that ripped the area on May 10. Thousands of Oklahomans in the easrern half of the state lost electrical service when 22 confirmed tornadoes - including several F3 and two F4 twisters - struck that day. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson - Location: Pottawatomie County, OK
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