by Trang Do
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Strong winds and torrential downpours moved through the Delaware Valley around 6 p.m. on Sunday.
The storm moved quickly, but left widespread damage in its wake.
The National Weather Service out of Mt. Holly, NJ gathered more than a dozen reports of damage between Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.
Two trees came down along 21st Street in Philadelphia’s Graduate Hospital neighborhood, one by Pemberton Street and the other by Fitzwater Street.
In Delaware County, a tree came down in Darby on Darby Terrace.
Over in New Jersey, strong wind gusts brought down trees and power lines just off of E. Main Street in Mullica Hill, Gloucester County.
A tree branch fell down on a power line in West Deptford. Nearby on Mantua Pike at College Boulevard, a traffic light lost power.
Fortunately, there were no reports of serious injuries.
Atlantic City Electric crews worked to restore power to some 5000 customers in southern New Jersey following the storm.