THOSE WHO LIVE ON THE BLUFF OVERLOOKING THE SPOKANE
RIVER ON THE CITY'S NORTHWEST ARE CLEANING UP.
KXLY4 'S JOHN HENDRICKS CONTINUES OUR STORM TEAM COVERAGE.
HE SPOKE WITH NEIGHBORS WHO SAY ONE BIG GUST OF WIND
SLAMMED THE BLUFF SENDING TREES CRASHING TO THE GROUND.
SCENES LIKE THIS ALL ACROSS THE NORWEST SIDE OF SPOKANE.
It was really scary, it kind of got me on edge like
it just hit us by surprise.
THE TREES LIFTING THE SIDEWALKS STRAGHT FROM THE EARTH.
AS THE STORM CAME IN DAWSON WALTERS AND HER MOM TRACY
COULD ONLY WATCH AS THE TREES CAME CRASHING TO THE
I looked outside because it was so windy and gusty
and I heard what sounded like a loud thunder clap.
When we had gone out into the back yard the tree had
fallen, and my mom had called me to come out to the
front yard and the tree in the front yard had fallen
into the middle of the street.
I was looking out the front door and I watched the
tree fall that fell across our street and it didn't
even occur to me that anything in the back yard had
UP AND DOWN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THOSE STORIES REPEAT.
The wind went from like 10 miles and hour up to 60
GUY CHARLTON WAS TAKEN BY SURPRISE AS THE FAST MOVING
STORM RIPPED PART OF HIS ROOF RIGHT OFF HIS HOME.
It just threw me up against the wall right there face
against it for a few seconds.
TONIGHT THE CLEAN UP BEGINS.
EVERYONE LIVING HERE THANKFUL NO ONE WAS HURT.
We don't have a chainsaw so anybody out there that
has a chainsaw and wants some free wood come on down.
REPORTING FROM NORTHWEST SPOKANE.