June 19 - Strong late night storms in the mid-Atlantic region knocked down huge trees and power lines, damaging several cars and homes. Vanessa Johnston reports.
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Residents in the Washington, DC area woke up to the aftermath of powerful storms Wednesday night.
Straight line winds -- at about 60 to 80 miles-per-hour -- uprooted massive trees and knocked down power lines in Virginia.
They fell onto homes and cars -- and blocked traffic.
Authorities said the storms left thousands of homes without power.
Crews in Maryland got to work on Thursday to clean up the mess.
So far, no injuries have been reported.
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