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Massaging hail dents special skill

Dozens of dimples on hundreds of cars in area

8:55 PM, Jul. 10, 2013
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Pamela Brey of Mishicot was at the Cellcom store at Harbor Town on June 27 when golf ball-sized hail began falling violently from the sky.

"I was praying I wouldn't have a busted windshield or windows so I could still drive home," said Brey as she received a repair estimate recently at American Family's temporary "Catastrophe Center" on Calumet Avenue.

"This is just an inconvenience," Brey said of the storm causing extensive cosmetic damage to her 2004 Pontiac Vibe but no injuries or loss of life like the tornadoes devastating Oklahoma several weeks earlier. ...

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