Region rocked by windstorm

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Here are some more photos of the aftermath of Saturday’s windstorm. Power was still out for 105,000 households as of Saturday night, according to Snohomish County PUD. Crews will be working on Sunday to restore power.

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A tree fell near a house in Brier. (Photo by Dan Ronco)
A road was blocked by a tree in Brier (Photo by Dan Ronco)
A road was blocked by a tree in Brier (Photo by Dan Ronco)
A tree down at the Nile Golf Course. (Photo courtesy of the Nile Shriners)
A tree down at the Nile Golf Course. (Photo courtesy of the Nile Shriners)
The Lynnwood Fire Department had to deal with fallen trees on its own trailer at 18800 44th Ave. W. (Photo courtesy of Lynnwood Fire Department)
The Lynnwood Fire Department had to deal with fallen trees on its own trailer at 18800 44th Ave. W. (Photo courtesy of Lynnwood Fire Department)
The Lynnwood Fire Department responded to a report of a live wire down on the ground. Firefighters had to wait for a Snohomish County PUD crew to show up. (Photo courtesy of Lynnwood Fire Department)
The Lynnwood Fire Department responded to a report of live wires down on the ground. Firefighters had to wait for a Snohomish County PUD crew to show up. (Photo courtesy of Lynnwood Fire Department)
A tree down near 4th Ave. S. in front of Bountiful and Model Machinist Center in Edmonds. (Photo by Wayne Purser)
A tree down near 4th Ave. S. in front of Bountiful and Model Machinist Center in Edmonds. (Photo by Wayne Purser)
A tree leaning on powerlines at 186th SW. and 85th W. (Photo by Harry Gatjens)
A tree leaning on powerlines at 186th St. SW. and 85th Ave. W. (Photo by Harry Gatjens

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