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    Stephen Nelson uses his pulp loader truck to pile trees and limbs topped by a microburst he collected off the Cedar Springs Golf Course in Albion on Wednesday.

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    Cedar Springs Golf Course owner Tim Theriault, left, and member Reggie Grenier cut up one of many trees that were toppled from a microburst storm at the Albion course on Wednesday.

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    Cedar Springs Golf Course member Scott Robideau, left, and manager Greg Theriault pick up and chip limbs of trees that toppled from a microburst Tuesday evening at the Albion course on Wednesday.

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    One of many cow hoof prints left after the animals got loose and trampled on the fairways following a microburst at the Cedar Springs Golf Course in Albion.

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    John Jensenius Jr., of NOAA, takes a distance reading while investigating the small microburst that toppled trees and damaged the Cedar Springs Golf Course in Albion on Wednesday.

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    Rebecca Theriault surveys some of the damage caused by a microburst storm at Cedar Springs Golf Course in Albion on Wednesday. Before her is one half of a roof that blew 40-feet away from the front of the clubhouse.

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