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BREAKING: Child Injured, Paterson Home Narrowly Escapes Disaster in Storm's Fury


By: Richard L. Smith 

In the early hours of this morning, emergency responders rushed to a scene in Paterson where a large tree, toppled by the overnight storm's fierce winds, crashed onto a house.

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The storm, which brought wind gusts of about 45 mph along with heavy rain and flooding, wreaked havoc across the region, leading to power outages and a challenging morning commute.

Tree fall

The incident occurred around 6 a.m. in the area of East 18th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.

Upon arrival, police and emergency crews found the house partially damaged in the rear by the fallen tree. Fortunately, the structure was not a total loss.

Although there is significant damage, the quick response of the emergency teams helped in managing the situation effectively.

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As of now, RLS Media was told that a child was injured but suffered non-fatal injuries. 

The calamitous weather conditions are being blamed for this unfortunate event, highlighting the storm's severe impact on the area.