Tuesday Storm Causes Damage Around South Baltimore

| August 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

An intense thunder storm on Tuesday evening produced high winds and heavy downpour in the area. This caused extensive damage around South Baltimore including downed trees, several of which landed on cars, and light poles. Below are images of some of the damage.

The temporary fencing at Wheelhouse was knocked down, but was back up by Wednesday morning (first photo courtesy of Tom Syvertsen).

The corner of E Heath St. and Jackson St. (photos courtesy of Will Wilkerson)

The corner of E. Heath St. and Jackson St. (photos courtesy of Robert Halstead)

Corner of William St. and Montgomery St.

1200 block of William St.

Corner of Beason St. and Towson St.

Corner of E. Randall and Belt St.

Corner of E. Randall and Covington St. at Riverside Park.

200 block of E. Fort Ave.

100 block of E. Fort Ave.

1800 block of S. Charles St.

1400 block of Andre St. (photo courtesy of Michael Nepini)

1900 block of Light St. (photos courtesy of Thomas Mackay). Neighbors on the block teamed up to chop the tree and remove it from the cars.

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