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Battered California faces billions in storm damage to crops, homes and roads

Summary by Ground News
A bomb cyclone that lashed San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday was the latest in an epic series of extreme weather events to hit California since New Year's Eve. It blew out windows from skyscrapers, flung barges into a historic bridge, sent trees tumbling across roads, knocked down power lines, and threatened a major freeway as the waterlogged hillside beneath it started to collapse. In the Santa Cruz area, the river that flooded the town of Pajaro a week ago rose again, while nearby strawberry fields that were already submerged received a fresh round of rain.
Published 2 months ago

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