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The advisory ran from McMinnville to Cottage Grove. When they got to their home on Fern Ridge, they found it was also without power, so they used a backup generator system. East of Albany, a truck driver had problems getting his truck and curtained trailer turned into the wind. Wind gusts blew the curtains outward nearly horizontal from the mainframe of the trailer and the trailer's roof was undulating like a ribbon in the wind. After a few minutes, driving slowly, the truck and trailer pulled into a farmyard and faced the wind, greatly reducing the wind's effects on the trailer. Several large pieces of sheet metal were blown from a farm products building at the intersection of Denny School Road and Highway 34 and shoved into a farm field on the north side of the highway, missing vehicles passing by on the highway. In a farm field southeast of Albany, six bald eagles hunkered tight on the ground, downed by the gusting winds. Although windy, there was little rain, and high temperatures topped 50 throughout the mid valley.
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ge Road, slowing and eventually halting traffic on Highway 34. Electrical lines from the damaged poles west of Lebanon were hanging over the large metal direction signs on Highway 34. By noon, officials decided to restrict traffic on Highway 34 for the remainder of the day. Tom Gauntt of Pacific Power said about 13,000 customers were Grey Nike Air Force without power in the mid valley. Consumers Power Inc. reported 5,000 customers without power in the Stayton, Scio, Lebanon Air Force Running
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said classes were underway, despite the loss of power. "We're running as normally as we can under the conditions," Thorpe said. "Some parents have picked up their kids, but we can't just send kids home because their parents might not be there due to work. It is what it is and we're going to make the best of it. "Thorpe added, "There's no power to be had anywhere in Sweet Home. "Night manager Katie Stredwick said the A W Restaurant in downtown Sweet Home was closed due to the lack of power, but planned to reopen as soon as possible once the power came back on. The Lebanon and Sweet Home centers of Linn Benton Community College were also closed Monday, due to the weather. According to the Linn County Road Department's website, the following roads were closed due to downed power lines: Agan Road, from Sand Ridge to Highway 34; Sand Ridge Road, from Steckley Road to Agan Road; South Ruby Loop, at Gilkey Road.
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