One of the many areas hit was the Embarcadero where strong winds caused major damage, smashing a catamaran and submerging a sailboat just north of the Hornblower ticket booth at Harbor Drive and Grape Street.
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A eucalyptus tree fell on a vehicle headed onto the Sunset Cliffs Boulevard ramp. The driver had a minor injury to his wrist.
A tree fell on West Mission Bay Drive.
A tree fell on a house in the 3900 block of La Cresta Drive. Neighbors said they heard a loud boom and called 911 for help. No injuries were reported and a massive cleanup effort is underway Monday morning.
Downed trees have prompted San Diego police to close southbound lanes in the 17600 block of Pomerado Road in Rancho Bernardo. The closure is expected to last several hours and a SigAlert has been issued.
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Southbound Genesee Avenue south of Centurion Square near University City High School is closed due to a downed tree. A SigAlert is in place and police are urging motorists to use alternate routes.
Southbound Torrey Pines Road between La Jolla Village Drive and La Jolla Parkway is also closed. A SigAlert is in place and police are urging motorists to use alternate routes.
Update 9:24AM: Eastbound Interstate 8 has been reopened at East Willows Road in the Alpine area after it was closed for a time for snow removal, according to the California Highway Patrol. Westbound freeway lanes were closed at Imperial Highway in the El Centro area, but are now also open.
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The roving teams of forensic anthropologists have come from across the region to find the dead. They wear boots and masks, and use gloved hands and trowels to carefully pick through the ash of the quick-moving inferno.
The San Diego Humane Society on Thursday deployed its emergency response team to Butte County to assist in animal rescues as the Camp Fire continues to devastate Northern California.
Aided by diminishing winds, fire crews expanded the containment line around the deadly Woolsey Fire Thursday, while more evacuation orders were lifted and a firefighter was hospitalized after being run over by a vehicle while sleeping.
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Cool weather helped fire crews gain ground Thursday against the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century, as the search went on for more bodies. At least 56 people were killed and 300 were unaccounted for a week after the flames swept through.
The strong winds we saw this week left a mess in some parts of the county - including at a very special horse-riding facility in Ramona.
Five nurses from Scripps Health, who are part of a medical response team, are traveling to Northern California to care for the people affected by the Camp Fire.