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Fallen tree hits parked car, blocks street in Hayes Valley

A tree fell onto an unoccupied car in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood Thursday morning, blocking traffic and possibly impacting Municipal Railway lines, fire officials said.

The fire department wrote on Twitter at 9:41 a.m. about the fallen tree in the 300 block of Hayes Street.

Traffic is blocked in both directions of Hayes Street and fire crews are on the scene, according to the fire department.

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