Strong Winds Destroy House Under Construction in North Dakota

A strong storm system ripped through parts of North Dakota on June 20, causing major infrastructure damage and leaving thousands of people without power, officials said.

According to the National Weather Service, winds as strong as 60 mph, ping-pong-ball-sized hail, and rain ravaged parts of North Dakota and Minnesota, tearing roofs off multiple buildings, flipping semi-truck trailers, and tearing down power lines.

Footage taken by Katie Wall shows a house under construction fall apart in Horace, North Dakota. Wall said that construction workers were working onsite, but jumped away from the house just before she began to record. Credit: Katie Wall via Storyful

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