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A powerful storm that hit San Francisco caused extensive damage to the city’s infrastructure, including over 900 fallen trees and limbs.

The storm, which meteorologists are calling a “bomb cyclone,” also resulted in two deaths.

The fallen trees caused major disruptions to power and Muni lines, and in some cases, blocked entire streets.

Public Works crews have been working around the clock to remove the fallen trees and assess damage to the Third Street bridge near the ballpark, which was hit by several loose industrial barges.

Structural engineers will inspect the bridge once the tide is low enough.

Residents are questioning the safety of the city’s large trees, with some pointing out their small root systems.

The storm caused property damage, including debris falling from high-rise buildings, and was described as unusual for the region.

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