A large Cottonwood tree on Windermere Street just north of Geddes fell across the street Aug. 24, taking out power lines with it, according to City …
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A large Cottonwood tree on Windermere Street just north of
Geddes fell across the street Aug. 24, taking out power lines with
it, according to City of Littleton officials.
Power at Heritage High School and the surrounding neighborhood
to the east and south was knocked out from 2:30 p.m. until around
6:15 a.m., the following morning, according to Director of
Communications Kelli Narde.
Other homes regained power during the evening but lost it again
around 5 a.m. when crews restored damaged poles.
The Cottonwood tree was on private property on the east side of
Windermere adjacent to the baseball fields at Heritage High School.
There were no injuries.
Xcel Energy responded to the scene and closed Windermere at
least a couple of hours as city crews removed the tree from the
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