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(KSL TV) A series of microbursts and thunderstorms caused thousands of dollars in damage last night in Utah county.
In Payson residents reported seeing a tornado touch down -- and in Santaquin the storm brought warnings of mudslides on hills nearly consumed by wildfire.
Throughout the county large trees were uprooted. In Springville one of those trees contained a hidden beehive and sent a swarm of the angry insects into the air.
Luckily no one was injured in last night's storms. Clean up in the area is expected to take a couple of days.