Winds knocked down a number of trees in Cambria overnight Sunday, blocking roads and isolating some residents and causing other damage.
Wade Richardson's small red house near the intersection of Ross and Wilcombe roads on Lodge Hill was virtually sliced in half by a large falling tree that also totaled three vehicles.
He barely escaped, jumping off the couch and out of the way when he heard the tree beginning to fall.
The large tree trunk now rests on the back of that same couch.
On Sunday morning during a brief lull in the rain, Richardson, his parents, friends and neighbors were clearing his belongings out of the wreckage.
Elsewhere in town, the low-lying Pinedorado grounds by the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street is partially flooded, and the clubhouse for American Legion Post No. 432 also took on some water last night.
Part of Main Street and the Shell gas station in West Village, both in the low-lying area that was immersed in at least 10 feet of water in the 1995 flood, were washed out for a while earlier Sunday.
The station had about a foot of water between Main Street and the first pump island. It was flooded when the manager arrived at 5 a.m. this morning, but had drained away by 8:30 a.m. or so.