Working with the privatized housing contractor for the Prairies neighborhood, base officials inspected all units for structural damage.
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Workers and volunteers cleared downed trees and debris that covered the area and the end of the day, all roads had been cleared for traffic. Electrical service was also restored and an inspection for any exposed or downed lines was conducted, according to the base.
Damage to Wright-Patt and the immediate surrounding area was mostly confined to the Prairies neighborhood. A survey of both Area A and Area B was completed and minimal damage including downed trees and debris was found, according to the base.
But, Airfield operations were temporarily suspended Tuesday for an inspection of runways and taxiways. Around 331 pounds of debris were removed from the Airfield and operations were deemed safe to continue later in the day.
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