BOSTON (CBS) – Downed trees have been reported around Massachusetts during a powerful nor’easter.

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Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter shared a photo of a tree that fell onto a house and car on the east side of the city.

A tree fell onto a Brockton home during a March 2 nor’easter. (Image Credit: Mayor Bill Carpenter)

In Milton, a tree and wires came down on an Elm Street home.

No one was injured and the tree did not penetrate the home.

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A nor’easter caused a tree to fall onto a home on Elm Street in Milton.
(Image Credit: Milton Fire Department)

Power was shut down so National Grid could work in the area.

The Hanson Fire Department reported a downed tree that was blocking Main Street.

 

A tree also toppled on Paradise Road in Swampscott.

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Friday’s storm is expected to bring wind, rain, snow and coastal flooding in Massachusetts.