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PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — Falling trees killed two people in separate incidents as winds topped 60 mph in Northern California.
Authorities tell the Oroville Mercury-Register (http://bit.ly/1Bl61bb ) that a person in a car in a residential neighborhood in the small town of Paradise died Tuesday when a tree fell on the vehicle. About 3 ½ miles away, another person was killed after a tree tumbled into a home.
The National Weather Service reports that the strong winds also toppled several other trees onto homes, streets, cars and power lines.
The names of those killed haven't immediately been released.
Information from: Oroville Mercury-Register, http://www.orovillemr.com
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