El Nino Storms Cause Damage in San Diego: 2016

Images of costly damage to property due to El Nino storms in 2016.

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Images of a downed tree - described as eight feet in diameter - that fell on a driver traveling Ingraham Street, killing the woman on Jan. 31, 2016.
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One of Torrey Pines Golf Course's most iconic trees, seeded at the 15th hole, collapsed during a strong winter storm on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016.
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One of Torrey Pines Golf Course's most iconic trees, seeded at the 15th hole, collapsed during a strong winter storm on Jan. 16, 2016.
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San Diego Botanic Garden
Bishop’s Tree Service removes one of the oldest trees in the garden, a eucalyptus estimated to be more than 80’ in height, from San Diego Botanic Garden. The nearly 100-year-old tree was too unstable and unsafe to remain standing following the Jan. 31st storm.
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SDBG Employee Lesley Randall looks over the damaged caused by two rare and historic Torrey Pines downed by high winds at San Diego Botanic Garden on Jan. 31, 2016.
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Trees collapsed at Fort Rosecrans Cemetery on Jan. 31, 2016 - disrupting some graves, officials said.
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Muddy water flooded Dehesa Elementary School in January 2016 after a deluge of rain caused a draining pipe to burst.
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Rains from a January 2016 storm caused an 8-inch pipe to burst, sending mud and water into Dehesa Elementary school and causing thousands of dollars in damage.
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The school district, located east of El Cajon in Southern California, canceled classes while crews were called in for cleanup.
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Getting rid of the mud from the landslide cost the district approximately $8,500 according to school officials.
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Courtesy of Michael Munnerlyn, Fort Rosecrans Cemetery
Michael Munnerlyn, assistant director of Fort Rosecrans Cemetery, shares a photo of a downed tree that damaged several grave sites. Photo taken on Feb. 1, 2016.
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