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#Seeiton7: Storm damage pictures across Western New York

Posted at 9:04 PM, Nov 15, 2020

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Viewers sent their storm damage pictures to 7 Eyewitness News #Seeiton7.

In the Town of Evans, flooding around Cheryl Markiewicz's home happened so quickly that she said she could barely get her car to higher ground in time.

In South Buffalo, a tree uprooted in front of a home on Roanoke Parkway.

Trees were down across Western New York, contributing to widespread power outages. In the City of Tonawanda, a tree fell on Joseph Hancock's house.

Megan sent a photo of a fallen tree on 19th St. in Buffalo.

Another tree in Buffalo landed on a car and took down part of a neighboring shed, according to @colly_springs.

In Hamburg, wind caused flooding along the shoreline. Victoria sent a photo of her fence fallen to the ground.

We want to see pictures of news happening where you are. Send pictures to, or post them to social media with the hashtag #seeiton7.