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PHOTOS: Storm damage around the Inland Northwest

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Many trees toppled over during the storm on Saturday night Many trees toppled over during the storm on Saturday night
SPOKANE, Wash. - Another powerful storm rolled through the Inland Northwest over the weekend, leaving a trail of destruction and debris behind. 


Trees fell on houses and power lines, and thousands lost power. To get the latest updates on power outage numbers, click the link associated with your power company below:


AVISTA: https://www.avistautilities.com/safety/_layouts/avista/transactions/viewoutages.aspx


INLAND POWER AND LIGHT: http://outagecenter.inlandpower.com/outagecenterNEW.php


KOOTENAI ELECTRIC: http://www.kec.com/content/power-outage-updates


PEND OREILLE PUD: http://popud.org/


NORTHERN LIGHTS: http://www.nli.coop/active-power-outage/


BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION: http://www.bpa.gov/Pages/home.aspx


On Lake Roosevelt, many people participating in a poker run had to take their boats to shore as winds made for some violent waves on the water. A few boats capsized and witnesses say a few even sank. 


There have been no reports of any major injuries. 


All of the pictures contained in the slideshow were sent in by viewers. If you have any photos you'd like to share, please send them to pix@khq.com

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