A fallen tree on 103rd Street in Beverly was among the damage resulting from a storm that blew through Chicago on Monday, Aug. 10.
The tree, located in front of a home just east of Sacramento Avenue, was completely uprooted. Part of it was draped across the westbound lanes of 103rd Street.
A member of the McComb Family, which owns the home, said no one was hurt and no cars were damaged.
They said it fell at around 3:45 p.m. on Aug. 10. They did not hear it fall but did see it come down.
The family said the tree had been in place since before the home was built in the 1970s.
A line running between two street lights was also damaged, leaving one of the lights not working.
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