LOGAN COUNTY, Colo. — Crews in Colorado were called to an unusual sight: a wind turbine had snapped in half and fallen over.
The Fleming Volunteer Fire Department said on Facebook that it was called out along with the Sterling Fire Department for a report of blades falling off a turbine. When crews arrived on scene, they found that a turbine had snapped in half, creating an inverted “V” shape.
Photos show the mangled tower, as well as broken turbines on the ground nearby.
Fleming Fire was called out along with Sterling Fire Department for blades falling off a wind turbine on Cr61 arriving responders found that the tower had fallen over.Posted by Fleming Volunteer fire Department on Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Officials haven’t said how the damage may have happened or who owns the property, KDVR reported.
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