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CAUGHT ON CAM: Tri-state woman caught in her van as high winds hit Boonville

BOONVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

14 News viewer Ashley Stofleth-Miller sent us this video from her YouTube page of the high winds that struck Boonville Friday afternoon.

Ashley tells us she had just gassed up her van and she was driving westbound on SR 62, just west of 261.

She says just after she crossed the train tracks on 62, the rain and wind hit... hard, and she had to pull over. She says her van was rocking back and forth due to the high winds.

At that point, she pulled out her phone and started recording.

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