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Published on September 11, 2012

Brian Mullowney observes the damage caused by a huge tree that crashed into his home on Leslie Street in St. John's. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

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Glenn Petten of Paradise had some bad luck as a result of tropical Storm Leslie today when his shed blew over onto his Corvett. The incident has drawn a lot of attention and traffic in his neighbourhood. — Photo by Rosie Gillingham/The Telegram

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Newfoundland Power employees walk past down power poles on Ruby Line this morning. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

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Newfoundland Power employees drive past down power poles on Ruby Line this morning after power was cut to the area. The lines were blown over by high winds from tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

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Premier Kathy Dunderdale speaks to reporters today about the province's emergency protocols. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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Power lines are down on a section of Ruby Line. A female truck driver is OK but was trapped in her vehicle because of live wires down on the road. — Photo by Barb Sweet/The Telegram

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Power has been cut to downed lines on Ruby Line and a woman trapped in a pickup truck because of live wires is now out of her vehicle. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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Power lines are down on Empire Avenue at Crosbie Road. Police and firefighters have close the road. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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Topsail Road at Commonwealth Avenue has been closed to traffic where a utility pole snapped at the base. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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A set of steps blown over by high winds in St. John's. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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A tractor-trailer has overturned on the Manuels Access Road at the Trans-Canada Highway overpass. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

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St. Teresa's Church on Mundy Pond Road where part of the roof blew off. — Photo by Barb Sweet/The Telegram

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Downed trees on Pinebud Avenue in St. John's. — Photo by Rosie Gillingham/The Telegram

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Trees down from heavy winds on Linden Place. — Photo by Rosie Gillingham/The Telegram

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A picture of St. Teresa's church roof hanging by a thread. — Submitted reader photo by Mary D. Welch

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The view from a Telegram reader's backyard in Mount Pearl. — Submitted photo

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Glass blew off the overhead pedway connecting Memorial University campus buildings in St. John's. — Photo by James McLeod/The Telegram

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Water on the roof at the Village Mall now coming through the ceiling. — Photo by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram

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Maple tree toppled in Jerseyside backyard. — Photo by Elizabeth MacDonald/TC Media


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A firefighter from St. John’s Regional Fire Department shields his face against high winds after checking on the driver of a tractor trailer that had been blown over by winds from tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram

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Wind damage Ruth Avenue, Mount Pearl. — Photo by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram

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Torn roofing from a home hangs from a power line in St. John's. Post-tropical storm Leslie belted Newfoundland, unleashing hurricane-force winds on a large swath of the province's east coast and drenching rains in the west. — Photo by Paul Daly/The Canadian Press

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Striking workers at the St. John's International Airport try to secure a port-a-potty during post-tropical storm Leslie in St. John's. — Photo by Paul Daly/The Canadian Press

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Street lights are broken and hanging by a thread at Canada Drive and Columbus Drive in St. John's. — Photo by Tara Bradbury/The Telegram

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Damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by KCR Photography, Mount Pearl, kcrphotography.org

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Wind damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by KCR Photography, Mount Pearl, kcrphotography.org

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Damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by KCR Photography, Mount Pearl, kcrphotography.org

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Damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by KCR Photography, Mount Pearl, kcrphotography.org

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Damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by KCR Photography, Mount Pearl, kcrphotography.org

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New construction destroyed by high winds. — Submitted reader photo by Tanya Northcott

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Damage from post tropical storm Leslie. — Submitted reader photo by Tanya Northcott

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No damage here but this little dog Harley insisted on going outside despite the high winds. She actually seemed to love the post tropical storm as it blew through the Avalon region. — Submitted reader photo by Kelli Pitcher

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Post tropical storm damage on Roache Street in St. John's. — Submitted reader photo

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Storm damage on Roache Street in St. John's. — Submitted reader photo

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A large tree on Roache Street uprooted by post tropical storm winds. — Submitted reader photo

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Tropical Storm Leslie produced a few fast running brooks this morning but little, if any, damage as the eye of the storm passed directly over the Burin Peninsula.  — George Macvicar/Southern Gazette Photo

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A back deck ended up on a front lawn on Dunrobin St. Mt. Pearl. — Submitted reader photo by Geoff Sharpe

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Trees down on Frecker Place in Dunville.— Submitted reader photo

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Trees down on Frecker Place in Dunville.— Submitted reader photo

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Toppled trees on Frecker Place in Dunville.— Submitted reader photo

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A new building under construction in Pleasantville was blown down today in high post tropical storm winds. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

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Windswept sea near Pouch Cove in this TC Media file photo.

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Clear blue skies can be seen over the ocean in Flatrock in the aftermath of post tropical storm Leslie. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

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Trees are shown toppled by high winds in Bannerman Park in St. John's. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram

Gusts of wind in excess of 130 km/h have been observed on the Avalon Peninsula this morning as tropical storm Leslie hammers the province. Here are some photos of the damage caused by the high winds.

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  • Wade
    September 11, 2012 - 19:53

    This is a picture of Flat Rock-Number 43.

  • Lethbridge
    September 11, 2012 - 13:39

    Terrible...but how ironic that this happened on "LESLIE" street!