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Grin Whistle members are (from left) Mark Renczkowski (with cap), Josh Hill, James Terrasi (front), and Noah Hill. Grin Whistle members are (from left) Mark Renczkowski (with cap), Josh Hill, James Terrasi (front), and Noah Hill. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By David Filipov
Globe Staff / June 6, 2009

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HARVARD - For one terrifying night in December, trees were instruments of astonishing destruction, snapping and flying through the air like missiles. They crushed cars, fences, and roofs like colossal bludgeons; they clogged roads, snuffed out heat and electricity, and rendered bucolic woodlands into landscapes of ragged devastation. (Full article: 794 words)

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