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Sioux Falls Target Store Opened After Damage Shutdown

Sioux Falls Target Store Opened After Damage Shutdown

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The Target store in Sioux Falls has reopened after a lightning strike prompted a one-day shutdown.

Lightning hit the store during a severe storm Friday night, tearing a hole in the roof and breaking a couple of gas lines. The store shut down Sunday so workers could fix the damage.

The business reopened Monday and customers filled the store as usual.

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