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In San Rafael, a giant eucalyptus tree toppled at the intersection of Meyer Road and Southern Heights.
Yikes! The good news? That this massive Eucalyptus missed people and hoses when it fell at the corner of Meyer Road and Southern Heights in #SanRafael. The bad? Power remains out to about a dozen homes. #abc7now pic.twitter.com/BHrdDdAYlj— Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) January 8, 2019
The tree missed people, cars, and houses, but knocked out power to a dozen homes.
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To the north, in Petaluma, three cars collided in a fender bender that backed up Highway 101 and caused one minor injury. The Highway Patrol cited slippery conditions.
More 'fun' in the rain in #Petaluma #SonomaCounty. 3 car ax, one minor injury at Hwy 101 and 116 East. "Wet pavement," said the driver of this truck. No question about that, and the really wet stuff is just off the coast, we hear. #abc7now pic.twitter.com/PYmLkZqxLq— Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) January 8, 2019
Though it wasn't all bad-- downtown Petaluma supplied a beautiful site as the rain gently fell.
Let's hope the waters remain untroubled after the rains.