Strong winds are causing a lot of problems in the Maryland suburbs near D.C., especially in Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services say a tree came crashing down on top of a house in Kensington Friday morning.
Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services on the scene the of the tree into a house on East Bexhill Rd. House has been determined to be unsafe to enter. Two people including a 100 year old woman are displaced. pic.twitter.com/M9kW7WEyhi
— Suzanne Kennedy (@ABC7Suzanne) March 2, 2018
Officials say a 100-year-old woman was trapped underneath the debris, but firefighters were able to work quickly to free her.
The woman is now recovering at an area hospital, and the damage to the home is pretty bad.
Fire and rescue services are also tweeting about more downed trees across the county.
Traffic Advisory - IL I495 Beltway btwn Old Georgetown Rd & Rt355 Rockville Pike, Property damage involving tree, tractor trailer & several vehicles. Some lanes BLOCKED pic.twitter.com/sDpR0Nh4R2
— Pete Piringer (@mcfrsPIO) March 2, 2018