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High winds damage 11 San Marino homes; 3 are red-tagged

December 2, 2011 | 11:35 am

Click here to see more photos.The city of San Marino identified 11 damaged homes and has red-tagged three in the wake of damage from Wednesday night’s windstorm.

The three red-tagged homes cannot be occupied until the damage is repaired. Three other homes were less severely damaged, and residents were allowed in under restrictions.

City officials said 250 trees or heavy branches were felled by the storm.

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Most of the city is still without power as of Friday morning. City schools, parks and the library are closed Friday. Because of the number of homes with debris in the yards, the city is allowing overnight street parking through the weekend.

Residents cleaning trees and branches from their property can place the debris near to the curb for pickup on Monday, according to the Pasadena Sun.

Residents with non-emergency storm-related questions may call the city at (626) 300-0746.

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Photo: A 100-year-old oak tree toppled in San Marino. Credit: Rong-Gong Lin II / Los Angeles Times

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