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Tree topples onto power lines, causing Redwood City outages
March 07, 2014, 05:00 AM

A tree fell in Redwood City Thursday morning, bringing down power lines and leaving about 22 residents without power, a police lieutenant said.

Redwood City police Lt. Sean Hart said that at about 8 a.m., residents reported a fallen tree on Iris Street near Vera Avenue, about two blocks from Red Morton Community Park.

Hart said the tree was an old oak tree that took power lines down with it when it fell into the street.

The road was briefly blocked.

 

 

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