By Cristina Mendez

CROWNSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Crews were restoring power and cleaning up debris in Crownsville on Thursday after winds left behind a trail of storm damage.

The storm damage, reported to the National Weather Service about 1:30 a.m., included two downed trees and branches scattered across the residential area.

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The damage and recovery efforts were visible on River Road near Herald Harbor Road. A toppled tree could also be seen on nearby Ridgley Road.

Large trees closely missed the roof of Jody Mills’ home.

“I feel very lucky to be alive after that,” Mills said. “When I looked out the window and the tree separated, it looked like it was daylight outside, and it was about 2 a.m.

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Several crews were fanned out across the area Thursday morning, restoring power lines and removing various storm debris.

“To see it surround the house with all the trees down and minor damage to the house, you know, it’s amazing,” Mills said.

The damage is unrelated to a line of storms that is expected to impact parts of Maryland on Thursday afternoon.

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There were at least 12 outages affecting more than 300 customers near Crownsville, according to Baltimore Gas and Electric’s outage map.

Cristina Mendez