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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Thousands of people across the Delaware Valley are without power Sunday morning after a stormy night.

Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, and Philadelphia counties are all reported experiencing power outages.

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As crews work to restore electricity, many are waking up to scattered debris along with downed trees and power lines in some areas.

A taxi driver in West Philadelphia is now recovering from non-life threatening injuries after a tree fell on his cab at 44th and Spruce Streets around 5:10 a.m.

He is reported to have suffered injuries to his chest and leg.

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A downed tree blocked both westbound lanes of Spring Garden Street between 19th and 20th Streets. It barely missed a Nissan Versa.

The car suffered minor damage to its taillight.

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Crews responded to a tree blocking train tracks in Ardmore near Karakung Drive and East Manoa Road.

In Burlington County, a tree fell into a house but the family inside was not hurt.