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September 23, 2018

Storm Damage Photos From Around Oswego County


Several large trees crashed down at a Scriba residence during the storm.

Several large trees crashed down at a Scriba residence during the storm.

A home in the Brittany Hills development near Hall Road suffered this damage to its garage. No one was injured.

A home in the Brittany Hills development near Hall Road suffered this damage to its garage. No one was injured.

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A home in the Brittany Hills development on Hall Road suffered this damage. No one was injured. (Submitted by C. Kingsley)

Thompson Road resident Pat Sterio said, "Photos are of thirty foot of our tree when it snapped off and skidded down the roof. Scary it was, shook the whole house, and only a little damage." (Photo by Pat Sterio)

Thompson Road resident Pat Sterio said, “Photos are of thirty foot of our tree when it snapped off and skidded down the roof. Scary it was, shook the whole house, and only a little damage.” (Photo by Pat Sterio)

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Thompson Road resident Pat Sterio said, “Thirty foot of our tree when it snapped off and skidded down the roof. scary it was, shook the whole house, and only a little damage.” (Photo by Pat Sterio)

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Thompson Road resident Pat Sterio said, “30 foot of our tree when it snapped off and skidded down the roof. scary it was, shook the whole house, and only a little damage.” (Photo by Pat Sterio)

National Grid trucks cross the Broadway Bridge as Tuesday's storm recedes into the sunset.

National Grid trucks cross the Broadway Bridge as Tuesday’s storm recedes into the sunset.

Marj Wallace inspects her deck for damage after a pine tree, snapped midway up its length, fell during the storm.

Marj Wallace inspects her deck for damage after a pine tree, snapped midway up its length, fell during the storm.

 tree on car on hillside avenue in the town of Oswego (submitted by Bill Foley)

tree on car on hillside avenue in the town of Oswego (submitted by Bill Foley)

tree fell on a home on City Line Road - there were no injuries

tree fell on a home on City Line Road – there were no injuries

Albany Street tree down - road blocked off near speedway

Albany Street tree down – road blocked off near speedway

tree down on City Line Road - someone moved it out of the roadway

tree down on City Line Road – someone moved it out of the roadway

Trees appear as if sheared at the base on Battle Island Golf Course.

Trees appear as if sheared at the base on Battle Island Golf Course.

East side of Oswego River: 3422 County Route 57, Volney

East side of Oswego River: 3422 County Route 57, Volney

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Field of debris and downed tree next to Floody’s Bar on Route 48, Granby.

County Route 48 at Battle Island Golf Course

Snapped utility pole on Route 48 at Battle Island Golf Course

Minetto and Granby VFD clears downed trees across from Battle Island Golf Course

Minetto and Granby VFD clears downed trees across from Battle Island Golf Course

Midway Drive-In proprietor and family survey damage from Tuesday's storm.

Midway Drive-In proprietor and family survey damage from Tuesday’s storm.

Sunset shines through the storm-damaged movie screen.

Sunset shines through the storm-damaged movie screen

Damaged trees across from Midway Drive-In, Minetto.
Damaged trees across from Midway Drive-In, Minetto.

Trees downed power lines at 2121 County Route 48, Granby, across from golf course

Trees downed power lines at 2121 Route 48, Granby, across from golf course

Authorities are still assessing the damage from the storm that passed through the Central New York region Tuesday evening. There are many trees down and power outages across the area. Authorities are recommending people travel with caution.

2 Responses “Storm Damage Photos From Around Oswego County”

  1. Mike
    July 9, 2014 at 8:21 am

    Battle Island is on State Route 48 not County Route 48

  2. Janet Rebeor
    July 9, 2014 at 11:23 am

    Thanks Mike. Late night.
    ~jlr

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