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Double D Tree Service owner David Drewry explains how the May 4 wet microburst was a unique event for the South Sound. Lisa Pemberton and Tony Overman lpemberton@theolympian.com / toverman@theolympian.com
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Parts of Thurston County still recovering from intense May 4 storm

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