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Surveying the damage the winter storm brought to Portland

The winter storms that moved through the Portland metro area from Thursday through Sunday brought down trees and power lines and knocked out power to thousands.
Credit: Devon Haskins, KGW
A tree drives under downed trees and power lines in Milwaukie, Ore. on Monday, Feb. 15, 2021.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The snow and ice storms that moved through the Portland metro area from Thursday through Sunday caused a significant amount of damage, bringing down trees and power lines and knocking out power for hundreds of thousands of people.

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Here's a look at reports of damage reported on by KGW:

Wind and ice brought down trees on the Enchanted Forest property:

A car caught fire near a downed power line in Southeast Portland:

Vehicles were driving under a downed tree and power line in Milwaukie:

Beware of large ice chunks melting and falling.

A large tree crashed into apartments in SW Portland, smashing windows:

Ann Loeffler sent us this photo of a tree hanging over I-5 in south Portland:

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