An apartment building has had its roof blown off by the stormy weather that continues to batter the San Francisco Bay Area.
Just after 2 a.m. Tuesday, apartments at 308 Susie Way in South San Francisco saw their roofing material blown off by high speed winds.
A total of 10 residents from two of the fourplex apartments were displaced, according to a spokesperson from the City of South San Francisco. Two first floor apartments remain habitable.
The roofing material blew onto the street and the structure of the roof remains intact at the building, causing damage to two of the apartments.
No injuries have been reported from the incident.
Emergency declarations have been issued across Northern California.
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