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Crashing down

Uploaded by: Fotoguy77

Thursday December 30, 2010

Caption: The owner of this car stands on the trunk of the 100 year old California Oak tree to take pictures of his damaged vehicle. The tree and others came down early this morning as fierce winds up to 75 MPH tore through the SoCal area, This pic was taken in the San Fernando Valley. The trees were no match for the heavy rains of last week the these winds.

Image Description: San Fernando, Ca 12-30-10 The owner of this SUV stands on the branches of a California Oak that was no match for the heavy rains and winds early this morning. The decades old tree came down on Brand Bl at Mott St in San Fernando and caused severe damage to the front end of the vehicle.

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9. Jacktreeguy
7:18 PM GMT on December 31, 2010
what an amazing tree
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8. Dancingfarmprincess
4:21 AM GMT on December 31, 2010
WOW!
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7. Markkitchen
11:20 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
Well, at least it didn't fall the other way and take out the house! The Durango can be fixed for much less. :)
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6. Markkitchen
11:20 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
Well, at least it didn't fall the other way and take out the house! The Durango can be fixed for much less. :)
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5. Wanda1948
9:36 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
You can see in the picture, that the storm was huge. Too bad the old tree.
Happy New Year!
Wanda from Polish.
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4. DenJ
9:29 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
What a shame to have lost such a old tree.....

Happy New Years Everyone, can't get here fast enough. :-)

Denise
Realtor
St. Thomas UNITED STATES Virgin Islands
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3. rachris2
9:21 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
Doh!! That's gonna leave a mark!
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2. Nita
8:25 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
"Ouch!"
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1. thefallingman
8:02 PM GMT on December 30, 2010
That must have been one serious storm.
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