Numerous Trees and Power Lines Down

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(Photos by Mike Eliason)

Reported by Mike Eliason of Santa Barbara County Fire Department

SBC FF’s survey the scene of a large eucalyptus tree that fell into a two-story apt. complex on Bolton Walk in Goleta Saturday morning. Multiple trees have toppled and wires have come down throughout the county as a result of this latest storm.

A large stone pine tree believed to be 100 yrs old came down into this Santa Barbara home during Saturday’s powerful winter storm. The resident was not injured.  FF’s have been responding to multiple trees that have come down throughout the county.

Reported by Dave D.

Saturday morning’s storm was not kind to UCSB, trees all over campus were down, the biggest one was a 100 foot eucalyptus  that came down onto the dining hall at the De La Guerra Dorm. Seems the building held up well though you could see some of the cinder block was crushed by the heavy tree.


Reported by D8Vanilla

Giant tree down on 700 blk W. Anapamu , between Chino & San Andres.   Streets blocked-off in surrounding area.   As far as I know, nobody was injured, but several parked vehicles were damaged.

Reported by Roger the Scanner Guy

Numerous areas throughout Santa Barbara County where trees and power lines are down. 

  • 400 Block of Ballard Canyon Power Lines Down
  • North Los Carneros Eucalyptus Tree blocking roadway


Lots of stuff blowing around out there, I will report all I hear, more in the comments below.

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Roger Feb 02, 2019 06:38 AM
Numerous Trees and Power Lines Down

Did not hear an address but a Tree from a neighbors property fell on a mans house now he is next door trying to force his way into his neighbors residence County call..

Roger Feb 02, 2019 06:01 AM
Numerous Trees and Power Lines Down

I'm hearing Utlity poles are down on Bettervia and another street possibly Foxen Canyon I thought I heard several poles and lines it says at least a couple on the CHP Website..


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