The San Diego storms have caused flash floods, countless car accidents, complete disarray to Southern California’s natural habitat. and structural damage to many buildings.  According to KPBS, four kids from Chula Vista were injured after a tree fell on them on campus. “The youngsters were sitting in an open area at the intermediary school in the 400 block of Fifth Avenue when the weather-related accident occurred shortly after 1:30 p.m.” Also, two trees fell at UCSD, thankfully, only cars were damaged.

Two women were hit by waves and were swept from their feet into the ocean. The wave broke on the cliffs in Ocean Beach, near Santa Cruz Avenue and Bacon Street where a group of people was attempted to enjoy the sunset, NBC News San Diego. One person jumped in and saved one woman, but when he attempted to save the other, her body was lost in the waves. Her body was then found forty minutes later.

A Eucalyptus tree fell on top of an apartment building in National City. This incident occurred around 2:30 p.m. on the 300 block of East 24th Street in National City. Thankfully, no one was hurt, however, multiple families are displaced.

The storm is causing many accidents throughout San Diego county. It is important to drive extra cautiously in the rain. It is imperative to call the proper authoritative figure if you see a tree that is about to fall. Auto accidents create a tremendous amount of stress and we have handled thousands of car accident cases to successful conclusion. Call our experienced trial attorneys for a free consultation. We will work diligently to get you the compensation you deserve.

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