Breaking News: Monster Wind Storm Prompts Emergency Declaration from Temple City Officials

This is a breaking news story. Details will be provided as they become available. 

Temple City officials have declared a state of emergency following a monster wind storm that began Wednesday, November 30.

As of 3 P.M. on Thursday, December 1, the following information has been provided by Temple City officials and emergency personnel.

• Earlier, the City Council declared a state of emergency.

• All Temple City Unified School District schools are closed until Monday, December 5.

• City Hall will also be closed until Monday, December 5. Temple City residents may also pick up flashlights at City Hall.

• Approximately 75 to 85 percent of Temple City homes are affected. Southern California Edison has informed city officials that power may not be restored for 24 to 72 hours.

• Some Temple City homes also do not have access to water.

• More than 150 trees are down. Athens Services also said they will continue to assist Parks and Recreation staff in clearing the debris.

• Some Temple City homes also do not have access to water.

• More than 150 trees are down. Athens Services also said they will continue to assist Parks and Recreation staff in clearing the debris.

• According to L.A. County Fire Department spokesperson Brian Riley, there were no reported injuries.

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