Wind Causes Problems At Breckenridge’s Great Divide Arts Festival
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BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – Gusty winds caused some problems across the state on Sunday.
In Breckenridge a possible microburst blew down some tents during the Great Divide Arts Festival. The wind knocked over artwork as well.
One tent was blown on top of a roof. A few minor injuries were also reported.