PHOTOS: Wind Damage Resulting From March Nor’easter

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Watertown Police Department
Powerful winds blew down multiple utility poles along Arsenal Street in Watertown, Massachusetts, on March 2, 2018
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The shingles on a home in Sandwich, Massachusetts were literally blown off by the extreme winds during Friday's storm.
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Trees toppled by the extreme winds in Friday's storm landed on a house in Sandwich, Massachusetts.
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This damage occurred in Brockton, Massachusetts.
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NBC10 Boston
Fire officials in Duxbury, Massachusetts, say they are fielding hundreds of 911 calls, with trees having fallen into power lines all across town.
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These power poles snapped in Marshfield, Massachusetts.
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Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise
A woman was impaled by a fallen tree while driving her SUV on Bay Road in Easton, Massachusetts.
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Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise
A woman was impaled by a fallen tree while driving her SUV on Bay Road in Easton, Massachusetts.
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This tree toppled over in Easton, Massachusetts.
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Town of Easton
This tree toppled over in Easton, Massachusetts.
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Watertown Police Department
Powerful winds blew down multiple utility poles along Arsenal Street in Watertown, Massachusetts, on March 2, 2018
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Tewksbury Police Department
Police in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, said the driver of this Jeep, who was the only one in the car at the time, was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a tree fell on East Street.
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Duxbury Police Department
In addition to flooding, Duxbury saw wind damage, including this tree on Keene Street that took down wires
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Spencer Police Department
A tree leaning precariously on Browning Pond Road, March 2, 2018
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Norwood Police Department
A downed tree blocked Nahatan Street at Monroe on March 2, 2018
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Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter
Branches and downed trees, including this one on Tilton Avenue, were reported across Brockton, Massachusetts
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Wilmington Police Department
High winds knocked out power for large swaths of Massachusetts, including Wilmington, where no electricity meant intersections lost the lights.
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Quincy Police Department
Strong winds caused power outages and downed trees in Quincy as well
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NBC10 Boston
Reporter Danielle Waugh met with a family that lost 2 cars and got a flooded basement in the blizzard in January. This storm has resulted in a knocked-down fence, and they're now watching flood waters creep up.
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Eversource
Downed trees in Somerville, Massachusetts
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Boston Fire Department
Boston fire officials are warning residents to stay away from downed wires in the event they're still live
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Quincy Police Department
Willard Street access off of Furnace Brook rotary was closed due to the condition of the sign
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A shore-side home in Sandwich, Massachusetts lost its porch to the extreme winds and high tides caused by Friday's nor'easter
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