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- A tree fell on a Washington State Patrol car — the Trooper was not injured. Photo courtesy of Trooper Russ Winger.
Monday’s unrelenting rains and gusty winds are to blame for urban flooding, landslides and all-around treacherous conditions. Here are some photographs from the storm:
Swift Creek in the Cedar Flats area of Olympia from a viewer. The creek normally runs about three feet wide.
Viewer submitted photo of a tree that came down on a car in Olympia.
Flooding at a cemetery in Greenwood.
A picture of a river flooded over its banks sent in from a viewer in Yelm.
Franklin Field in Aberdeen was flooded Monday
A semi truck makes its way down a flooded street. Photo courtesy of Brionna Friedrich, The Daily World
A semi truck overturned on the Chehalis River Bridge. Photo courtesy of Macleod Pappidas, The Daily World
A car attempting to navigate an underwater roadway ended up being towed.
Boing, boing: A trampoline flew over the fence and landed in a neighbor’s yard.
A Grays Harbor Sheriff’s car was swept up in a flooded roadway.
A truck crashed on the Astoria Bridge due to high winds.
A Washington State Patrol Trooper pulled a woman out of this car after it was struck by an electric pole. Photo courtesy of Trooper Russ Winger.