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Wind turbine damage update expected  

Credit:  By DENISE GEBERS, Progress Staff Writer | Paulding County Progress | www.progressnewspaper.org ~~

PAYNE – Inspectors continue their examination of turbine blades on a Paulding County wind farm that suffered a malfunction in April, which resulted in two blades shearing from a structure.

All 55 turbines of the Timber Road II Wind Farm in Benton Township remain still.

They were shut down April 24 after two blades from one tower were damaged during high winds. It is thought that the wind speeds were not a factor in the mishap.

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Source:  By DENISE GEBERS, Progress Staff Writer | Paulding County Progress | www.progressnewspaper.org

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