The North was particularly badly hit with chimneys and roofs being blown off
BRIEFS ENCOUNTER: Anna can see her clothes piled in yard; BLOW IT: Anna's underwear was blown off
Carbon Hill Junior High School, in Alabama, had its roof blown off
I met women and children with limbs blown off
by land mines, and saw orphaned kids caked in dust with swollen bellies and stick limbs.
His recreational vehicle, which smelled of gunpowder, was stopped before the intersection, with the heaviest damage around the front passenger seat and door, they said, adding the roof was blown off
In Birmingham, the roof of an office block on the Hagley Road was blown off
by the 50mph winds, causing police to close the road while debris was removed.
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The cured hoses were then blown off
the mandrels with pressurized air.
And parts must be blown off
using air ejection, not ejector pins, which have a tendency to stick.
THE roof of a house was blown off
yesterday by a suspected gas explosion.
"An explosive charge, planted on the roadside, had blown off
against a U.S.
James, dubbed Captain Slow by his co-hosts, was left shaken but unhurt after the balloon carrying the caravan was blown off
course and crash-landed.
The men were blown off
a ridge on the Pyg Track on Snowdon and more than 40 rescuers from the Llanberis, Ogwen, Aberglaslyn and RAF Valley teams battled for eight hours to get them off the mountain.
A WHITE van lies with its cab embedded upside down in a field after being blown off
the road in a freak gale.
Children as young as three had to be evacuated from a school today after part of the roof was blown off
as high winds battered the region.