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Strong winds blow ice off Minnesota lake into homes

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Strong winds pushed ice off a lake and into homes in Minnesota. (Source: KARE/CNN) Strong winds pushed ice off a lake and into homes in Minnesota. (Source: KARE/CNN)
Strong winds pushed ice off a lake and into homes in Minnesota. (Source: KARE/CNN) Strong winds pushed ice off a lake and into homes in Minnesota. (Source: KARE/CNN)

MILLE LACS LAKE, MN (KARE/CNN) - Strong winds in Crow Wing county, MN, didn't knock down any trees or power lines on Sunday.

Instead, the 30 mph winds pushed a wall of ice off Mille Lacs Lake onto the shore.

The ice damaged several homes along the lake shore.

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