Storm sweeps through DC region leaving power out, trees down
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WASHINGTON - Severe thunderstorms Wednesday brought heavy rainfall and strong wings, causing property damage for some parts of the D.C. region.
During the storm a tree came down onto a pickup truck and a car in northwest, D.C. on Canal road and Foxhall. The street was closed down while crews cleaned up the scene.
Thousands of people were also left without power - Dominion reported about 8,210 customers were without power in northern Virginia, 4,418 in Shenandoah Valley and 1,324 in Southeastern Virginia. Pepco says power outages are affecting about 12,000 customers in Maryland and D.C.
Thankfully there have been no reports of any injuries.