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  • Stormy Weather: New York

    In the Forest Hills Gardens neighborhood of Queens, downed trees blocked streets and hit homes and cars. Crews could be heard working through the night clearing debris.
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  • Stormy Weather: New York

    Many tree branches were blown across streets by the high winds.
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  • Stormy Weather: New York

    Police tape could be seen throughout Forest Hills Gardens as streets were closed due to fallen trees.
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  • Stormy Weather: New York

    Many residents found their cars buried under fallen branches. Train service was also halted on the Long Island Railroad, the largest commuter railroad in the U.S., stranding tens of thousands of customers.
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  • Stormy Weather: New York

    A neighborhood park in Forest Hills Gardens was buried under tree branches. The morning after the storm, residents gathered in the streets taking photographs and marveling at the extent of the damage.
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    A car is crushed underneath an uprooted tree on Continental Avenue in Forest Hills Gardens.
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