Strong winds down tree, power lines in Lower Merion Township

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Strong winds are to blame for bringing down a tree and power lines in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County. (WPVI)

Strong winds are to blame for bringing down a tree and power lines in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County.

It happened around 2 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of Great Springs and Woodleave roads.

A tree reportedly came crashing down, blocking a roadway and bringing down some utility wires.

No injuries were reported, and no major property damage.

In Philadelphia's Germantown section, a branch was found hanging over wires near 65th and Wister streets.


In Philadelphia's Germantown section, a branch was found hanging over wires near 65th and Wister streets.

Fire crews were called to the scene in case the branch catches fire from the electrical lines.

No power outages have been reported in the area.
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