- The Acuity Insurance flag, located in Wisconsin, was ripped in half after a thunderstorm.
- It is measured at 70′ by 140′ and weighs 340 pounds.
- Severe thunderstorms hit several portions of the state, knocking out power for over 31,000 homes.
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The world’s largest free-flying American flag was torn in half on Tuesday evening after severe thunderstorms in Wisconsin.
The Acuity Insurance flag, located in the company’s headquarters in Sheboygan, is measured at 70′ by 140′, and weighs 340 pounds. It is nearly 100-feet taller than the Statue of Liberty, according to Acuity Insurance’s website.