Storm Clean-Up Continues in Northeast

Crews respond to over 100 tree-related requests

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Many neighbors in northeast Washington are cleaning up a big mess from Friday’s storm.

    The area was hit with a micro-burst, which featured strong winds that knocked down trees and power lines and tore roofs off several homes.
    One tree punched a hole through the side of a brick house.
    The worst damage reports are in Wards 4 and 5.
    D.C.'s Department of Transportation said it has received more than 100 tree-related service requests since Friday evening.