Janet Commiskey says this is what happens when a trampoline gets caught in a wind storm. This shot, taken in Siletz, shows that the trampoline’s bounce fabric acted like a sail when the wind got a hold of it.
Sandra Kittel sent us this photo of what the streets look like in Toledo. She says this stretch of pavement is right up the street from the CCCDC at Arcadia School. She says the roads are full of branches, leaves and twigs which make the streets very slippery to drive on.
Here’s an update on the kind of day Toledo Public Works has had, as told by Public Works Director Adam Denlinger:
Public Works operators have been responding to power failures since early this morning. Several satellite pumping stations were running on standby power this morning. Both the water and wastewater treatment facilities lost power in the night and automatically transferred to standby power. Power was restored to most of the system before noon today. Crews will be monitoring pumping stations throughout the week to insure that the systems continue to operate without disruption.
Crews have been responding to localized flooding, downed trees and debris in the roadway throughout the day. Due to the high volume of leaves on the ground many drain inlets are plugged and require continued maintenance .