Miracle on Cahuenga Boulevard

In a dramatic turn of events, a falling tree narrowly missed a catastrophic collision with a vehicle in the Cahuenga Pass, Los Angeles, during a bout of high winds and heavy rain on a Thursday morning. The incident unfolded around 9 a.m. on the 2600 block of Cahuenga Boulevard, located just north of the iconic Hollywood Bowl. The victim of this close call was a blue Subaru that was traveling along the road, running parallel to the 101 Freeway. Thankfully, the story took a fortunate twist, as no injuries were reported in this hair-raising incident, as confirmed by KTLA. The incident occurred amidst what can only be described as a "hellish" morning commute for Southland residents. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the southern part of Los Angeles County, where intense downpours wreaked havoc on multiple freeways. Motorists navigating the Santa Monica (10), Long Beach (710), Harbor (110), and Ronald Reagan (118) freeways encountered the wrath of the storm, with flooding causing major disruptions. However, amidst the chaos and calamity, the falling tree incident on Cahuenga Boulevard stands out as a stark reminder of how Mother Nature's fury can take unexpected turns.  
Location: 2600 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA
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