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San Francisco is cleaning up after a round of storms hit the city, causing damage and flooding.

One particularly large eucalyptus tree in the Panhandle area came crashing down overnight, crushing five cars below it.

Crews worked hard to clear the debris, but two damaged cars remain on the road.

No one was injured in the incident, but the storm caused other damage as well, including flooding in Peacock Meadow, where an art installation was cancelled due to safety concerns.

San Francisco residents are warned to be cautious during storms and to report any emergency situations involving downed trees and power lines to 911.

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