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READER PHOTOS: Storm creates havoc in Abbotsford

Thursday has seen heavy winds, with gusts exceeding 100 km/h and trees down across the city.

STORM CENTRE: Click here to find links to the very latest updates on the traffic, power, and weather situation in Abbotsford

Thursday has seen heavy winds in Abbotsford, with gusts exceeding 100 km/h and trees down across the city. Our readers have sent us photos of the damage. If you’d like to send us your shot, email tolsen@abbynews.com.

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“Just lost part of our coverall. Hoping the rest doesn’t come off piece by piece.” Denise de Jonge photo

Kimberly Ann photo

A large tree blocks Hawthorne Avenue. Joanne Ferguson photo

“My front door view” Nick Rendolic photo

“A tree that i wanted to chop down but the city told me it was not a threat misssd my house by 5 feet. the other treees look like they are ciming down also right down on my.house.. totally freaking out” Natasha Davis photo

“Yup. Squashed fence and shrubs. No power by mill lake. Can’t believe how warm it is!” Chelsea Miura photo

“This is absolutely insane. Our car cover ripped to shreds, our trampoline had to be anchored, our fence panels are blowing out, a fence panel actually blew into our neighbours pool, tree branches are down all over the yard and we are about to run our generator to make some food cause the damn power is out.” Rae Bear photo “This is absolutely insane. Our car cover ripped to shreds, our trampoline had to be anchored, our fence panels are blowing out, a fence panel actually blew into our neighbours pool, tree branches are down all over the yard and we are about to run our generator to make some food cause the damn power is out.” Rae Bear photo

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