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Windstorm aftermath

Spokesman-Review photographers are fanning out across the region to document the record-setting windstorm that killed two Tuesday and left thousands without power.


Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Pam and Scott Travis view the damage to their home at 55th and Pittsburg, Nov. 18, 2015, after a pine tree smashed their rear deck and kitchen area. A wind storm tore through the area the night before. DAN PELLE danp@spokesman.com


28th and Arthur

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Neighbors survey downed powerlines caused by falling trees along Arthur St. near 28th Ave. on Spokane’s South Hill Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, the day after a record-setting wind storm caused widespread power outages and traffic problems caused by falling trees.


Glass Park

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Neighbor kids climb on downed trees around Glass Park on Spokane’s north side Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, the day after a record-setting wind storm caused widespread power outages and traffic problems caused by falling trees.


Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Brian Lee cuts up a spruce tree that covered the street in front of the home he grew up in near the corner of 54th and Napa.


38th and Dearborn

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Ron Valley, center, thanks his neighbors Brian Whitt, right, and Rod Fuller, left, after they removed a section of pine tree that fell across Valley’s driveway at 38th and Dearborn, Wednesday morning, Nov. 18, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. A wind storm caused wide-spread destruction the prior evening.


Fairwood

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Bode Gardner, center, and Joah Frey, right, remove limbs after Brian Gardner, left, sawed pine trees that fell onto the Morrison home on Valewood Court in the Fairwood neighborhood. A total of five trees hit the house.


23rd and Howard

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

At 23rd Avenue and Howard Street, Meighan Condon helps relatives cut up the fallen branches on a neighborhood favorite blue spruce tree whose limbs did not fare well under Tuesday’s fierce wind storm.


Whitworth University

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Whitworth University students get a close view of the wind damage that toppled pines trees on the school’s campus.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Dean Biernacki with JB Restoration, heads to the roof of a house at 3911 S. Sherman to help remove a large ponderosa pine that crashed into a house during Tuesday evening’s windstorm. The owners, according to Biernacki, were home at the time, but only suffered a scratches as the tree crashed in above them as they sat in a love seat in the living room.


Rockwell and Jefferson

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Power lines from a fallen utility pole block the intersection of Rockwell Avenue and Jefferson street Wednesday morning after a fierce wind storm blew through Spokane Tuesday evening.


54th Ave. and Napa

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Jody Stirpe and her dog Daisy, with their spruce tree on the ground, watch neighbors cut up another spruce tree covering the street near the corner of 54th and Napa, Nov. 18, 2015.


Power pole falls on 29th

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

A power pole has fallen on 29th Avenue in front of the Super One grocery store, forcing a detour.


Wind storm damage

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Hollie Burke, left, and Brooke Crone examine Crone’s car covered in power lines after multiple trees fell on utility lines at 1200 W. Rockwell Avenue.


38th and Dearborn

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Ron Fuller helps cut his neighbors’ tree from a driveway at 38th Avenue and Dearborn Street.


53rd and Napa

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

A fallen fence at the corner of 53rd and Napa


North Whitehouse Street

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Jay Bly checks out the damage to his home after a Norwegian spruce fell on his house at 5507 N. Whitehouse Street during Tuesday’s wind storm.


High Drive damaged

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Maurice Carrier takes a traffic cone from a nearby road closure and places it where a large tree fell on High Drive. The tree tore up the pavement.


Balboa Elementary

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Workers with Spokane Public Schools remove two pine trees that fell on Balboa Elementary School during last night’s windstorm.


38th and Dearborn

Dan Pelle - The Spokesman-Review

Rod Fuller, right volunteered his time and effort to help his neighbor Ron Valley, remove a section of pine tree that fell across Valley’s driveway at 38th and Dearborn, Wednesday morning, Nov. 18, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. A wind storm caused wide-spread destruction the prior evening.


18th east of Bernard

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

The garage of Matt Van Vleet took a direct hit from a neighbors tree, destroying two cars, including a new one just purchased a week ago. He also has two trees down in his front yard. He lives on 18th, east of Bernard.


West Glass Avenue

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Cameron Coy with Tall Tree Service works to remove debris Wednesday morning from several trees that hit Randy Ishihara’s house at 1042 W. Glass Avenue after major windstorm tore through Spokane Tuesday evening.


North Hawthorne Street

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

The family of homeowner Rachel Wier band together to cut up and clear a large ponderosa pine that landed and blocked the road at 4100 N. Hawthorne Street, Wed. Nov. 18, 2015.


North Spokane

Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

A homeowner, who did not want to be identified, salvages a house plant in her northside Spokane living room that was damaged by a large pine tree in Tuesday evenings windstorm.


21st Avenue and Adams Street

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Ryan Butler looks up to where a giant tree fell, slightly damaging his front porch at 21st Ave. and Adams St. in Spokane during Tuesday night’s windstorm. Photographed Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015.


North Spokane

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

Neighbor kids climb on downed trees around Glass Park on Spokane’s north side Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, the day after a record-setting wind storm caused widespread power outages and traffic problems caused by falling trees.


Glass Park

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

A giant pine destroyed the baseball backstop at Glass Park on Spokane’s north side, shown Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, the day after a record-setting wind storm caused widespread power outages and traffic problems caused by falling trees


18th and Bernard

Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

A giant pine destroyed the baseball backstop at Glass Park on Spokane’s north side, shown Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, the day after a record-setting wind storm caused widespread power outages and traffic problems caused by falling trees

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