8:54 AM: A 35-foot tree fell and blocked lanes on Lombard Street in San Francisco’s Marina District early this morning, a Department of Public Works spokeswoman said.
The acacia tree fell at about 4:30 a.m. and blocked three westbound lanes on Lombard Street between Laguna and Buchanan streets, DPW spokeswoman Rachel Gordon said.
The tree also landed on the trunk of a Lexus.
No injuries were reported, Gordon said.
Two of the three lanes had been cleared by 8 a.m., she said.
Zack Farmer, Bay City News
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5:24 AM: A tree has fallen down on a car on a street in San Francisco’s Marina neighborhood and is blocking traffic this morning, police said.
The tree was reported down around 4 a.m. in the 1800 block of Lombard Street, blocking all westbound traffic, according to police.
Tree falls, blocks Lombard Street traffic [Chron]
As of 5:10 a.m., San Francisco Department of Public Works crews were working on removing the tree from the road, police said.
Westbound traffic in the 1800 block of Lombard will be closed as crews remove the tree from the road, according to police.