[PHOTOS] Storm Damage in South St. Louis

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O, what nature hath wrought! I came upon this tree about 25 minutes after the thunderstorm knocked it across Cherokee Street, two blocks east of Gravois Avenue.
Last night's thunderstorm knocked over this tree onto Cherokee Street at Virginia Avenue. - PHOTO BY NICHOLAS PHILLIPS
  • Photo by Nicholas Phillips
  • Last night's thunderstorm knocked over this tree onto Cherokee Street at Virginia Avenue.


Neighbors had moved it as much out of the way as they could by the time I arrived... - PHOTO BY NICHOLAS PHILLIPS
  • Photo by Nicholas Phillips
  • Neighbors had moved it as much out of the way as they could by the time I arrived...

...so that cars could get past. - PHOTO BY NICHOLAS PHILLIPS
  • Photo by Nicholas Phillips
  • ...so that cars could get past.

If you readers have any more photos of damage anywhere in the city, please send them to me at nickp at riverfronttimes dot com and I'll post 'em.

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