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Readers' photos: California windstorm leaves path of damage

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Crushed: Reader Nick Allen sent in the photo above, taken Thursday at the corner of Venice Boulevard and McLaughlin Avenue in Mar Vista.

Dozens of readers who documented storm damage near them have shared images with The Times. Visit our reader-submitted weather photo gallery to see more.

Times photographers work is viewable on Framework: Santa Ana winds wreak havoc across Southern California.

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