“I saw rotating clouds, debris going in a circle,” Trinque said.
His wife Diane was home and said she looked out the window to see the tree in front of their house bending sideways. The tree later came crashing down, blocking the street. Hours later crews were still clearing the debris to reopen the road.
Behind the Trinque’s home, a pergola had lifted from their pool area, crashed through a fence and landed upside down. The siding was ripped off a portion of their home and the pool house had broken windows.
Throughout the neighborhood, there were similar scenes with trees down as crews worked to cut and remove them. Residents gathered outside to survey the damage and share what they saw. In addition to public safety and cleanup crews, insurance vehicles were seen driving through the neighborhood.
Storm damage was also observed on
“There were no injuries,” Coyne said. “We had some property damage, a tree on a house, some damaged vehicles. We’re very, very lucky.”
Coyne said he and a representative from the
The area where the storm hit is a tightly compact residential neighborhood off
“A few streets over, hardly a leaf turned,” Coyne said.
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