Two dead in Washington wind storm

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SPOKANE, WA -- It's so windy in Washington State, trees are falling, roofs are collapsing, and hundreds of thousands of people are out of power. And it's been deadly.

One woman was killed in her own front yard when a tree fell over. Another guy, who was in his twenties, died when a tree fell on his car on a state highway.

In Spokane, emergency management officials have issued a shelter-in-place warning and schools are closed while the wild weather lasts.

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