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Ice Storm damages Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest, Turner, Oregon, has suffered extensive damage from an ice storm on 12 February. The weight of an inch of ice piling up on tree branches toppled a dozen fir trees and snapped off limbs that crashed into rides and structures.

The train ride was smashed, the tower was smacked off the castle, and other miniature structures were crushed in the villages handmade by park founder Roger Tofte, who started building Enchanted Forest in the mid-1960s. The owners have begun repairs while the park was still without power.

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