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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by elegant20, Sep 17, 2010.
I hope everyone is alright here....
Manhattan had some rumbling but nothing terribly severe.
In areas like Brooklyn, though, it was a bit rough. Several trees fell and there was sight of rotation in the sky although no actual tornados made landfall.
oh....i didn`t know about that! I hope everyone is ok!!!
I think it was Queens that got hit the hardest.
Apparently 1 known fatality, a driver had their car hit by a tree on the Grand Central.
Watched the news, the anchors are stupid, a picture with several metal polls, evenly spaced and sheet metal at their top end, knocked over, the anchor says, "Gee, I wonder what that is." IT'S A SCAFFOLD, that was blown over.
No, thats just what queens looks like. :tongue:
Most of the damage seems to have affected the boroughs other than Manhattan. We were whipped around by the wind but as far as I know except for the one fatality all are well.
It basically came out of nowhere. The sky got dark 30 minutes later a drizzle started, then wham. The worst only lasted a short time, but it was intense.
The City got hammered. I am 30 min North of the city and all we got was heavy rain.
I live in queens my mk4 volkswagen gti was crushed next to juniper vally park
My building took a lightning strike; a small fire and no power for a few hours. I think Brooklyn and Queens got the brunt of the storm. Sorry about your car!^
Wow! That's exciting!
I'm glad you're okay!
Oh no! :frown1: Sorry to hear that dude.
Glad you weren't in it tho, and...get a mk6 on the insurance? :biggrin1:
I'm glad to hear all are OK. I am sending nicer weather from Chicago to all of you.