At 75 to 80 MPH, glass windows can break. At speeds greater then 80 MPH, trees and power poles can be uprooted or snapped. Also, large vehicles can be blown off the road and roofs can be blown off houses. At about 125 MPH, the human body can be picked up off the ground. This can be classified as stronger than a Category 6 Hurricane, which can have winds sustained at 174 to 180 MPH. Typhoon Tip in 1979 had winds sustained at 190 MPH. I can only imagine what happened in Foxborough. This was a Super Typhoon with snow. I think they meant to type 17 or 18 and accidently pressed both 7 and 8. Whoops!