Heavy rains and gusting winds that swept through the area Tuesday night flooded streets, stranded motorists and downed trees in Garden City.
The village lost three trees, including two large oaks on Harvard Street that took down electric wires and poles before landing on a house.
"Our crew is still working on removing the debris," recreation director Kevin Ocker told Patch Wednesday.
The other trees fell on Tremont Street between Garden and Pine streets and on the first Stewart mall.
The storm kept Garden City police plenty busy too. According to commissioner Kenneth Jackson, the department responded to "approximately 25 calls last night for severe flooding conditions, stranded motorists, downed tree limbs and alarms."
"Several vehicles had to be towed from flooded areas," Jackson said. "Two vehicles were damaged by fallen tree limbs."
The fire department was also tending to downed and arcing wires, a medical emergency and automatic fire alarms throughout the evening.
Harder Tree Services was in the village assessing damage through the night, including Euston Road where they were removing a cherry limb that "caught fire on the primary and snapped the wire."
As of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, LIPA is reporting less than five households in Garden City are still without power but should be back in service by 6:30 p.m.
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