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Wild Wind Wreaks Havoc on Southern CA
Strong winds across southern California have meant flight delays, power outages, toppled trees and apparently a “wind day” for some school kids.
FOX News Radio’s Jessica Rosenthal reports from LA:
Large trees have been toppled, some onto homes and cars. Thousands were without power. In some places, winds gusted close to 100mph. Staying in your own lane while driving got tricky at times.
(Resident) “You could feel the dust and the rocks hitting the windshield on my car. It’s not a good time to be outside. People can get sick, stuff can fly.”
At LAX, some lights and X-ray machines went out, some flights had to be diverted. There’s been so much damage in Pasadena that schools were closed there.
In Los Angeles, Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio.