57 Photos - Dec 2, 2011
Photo: Huntington Drive between Baldwin and Rosemead was a disaster; dozens of large trees on westbound side came down. From the morning after the storm.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Luckiest truck in the world.Photo: Another angle on the luckiest truck in the world.Photo: Just nicked the bumper.Photo: Photo: Westbound Huntington Drive the morning after the storm.Photo: Photo: Westbound Huntington Drive is down to one lane after tons of large trees blocked roadway.Photo: Photo: Fence in the alley by our apartment is toast.Photo: Outside the front door the morning after - plenty of roofing all over the place.Photo: Photo: Photo: Let's just say a large chunk of this tree is no more!Photo: Photo: Back alley.Photo: Front yard.Photo: Photo: Looks like that's where most of the roofing came from.Photo: Sunrise morning after the Nov 30th wind storm.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Generator at the local grocery store.Photo: Entire apartment complex parking area blocked off.Photo: Photo: Roof of the carport.Photo: The staircase to our complex's upper balcony is giving way no thanks to the storm.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Shed behind an office building at City of Hope.Photo: Photo: Photo: Strange to see fast food joints closed and without power in the early evening. (Ok, for us spoiled Californians, sure)Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Massive tree took out power poll and house at Fairview and Baldwin.Photo: Photo: Power poll snapped like a twig at Fairview and Baldwin.Photo: Photo: Neighbors' homes were severely damaged.Photo: Photo: Photo: Somewhere in Pasadena.