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Hail damage in Colorado Springs

Here are photos from Wednesday's hail storm in Colorado Springs.

What's left of a row of hanging planters of geraniums. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

What's left of a row of hanging planters of geraniums. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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All that's left of a hanging planter. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

All that's left of a hanging planter. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. Since yesterday, owners and employees of the store have been working to repair the damage. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. Since yesterday, owners and employees of the store have been working to repair the damage. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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What's left of a row of hanging planters of geraniums. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

What's left of a row of hanging planters of geraniums. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

All that's left of a hanging planter. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

All that's left of a hanging planter. The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. Since yesterday, owners and employees of the store have been working to repair the damage. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. Since yesterday, owners and employees of the store have been working to repair the damage. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

The Summerland Garden garden center had just gotten all their plants for their biggest sales weekend of the Summer, Memorial Day Weekend. The hail storm on Wednesday destroyed most of their plants that were going to be for sale. They're hoping to be open tomorrow to sell what they can. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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