Glendale intersection closed due to storm damage

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By Jennifer Thomas By Jennifer Thomas
By Jennifer Thomas By Jennifer Thomas
By Jennifer Thomas By Jennifer Thomas
By Jennifer Thomas By Jennifer Thomas
By Jennifer Thomas By Jennifer Thomas

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The intersection of Greenway Road and 59th Avenue in Glendale remains closed after Saturday's storm knocked down power lines and traffic light poles.

Utility crews are working to repair the area.

A few hundred residences in the Valley were still without power Monday morning.

Many homeowners are still cleaning up from the storm.

Street crews were removing debris and uprooted trees that were blocking sidewalks and roadways in parts of the Valley Monday morning.

A lot of Valley residents were surprised at the powerful storm.

"Reminds me of hurricane stuff," one person said. "It's weird because this is Arizona. It should just be hot, not all stormy."

Utility crews also are working to repair power lines at Glendale and 27th avenues in Phoenix.

Arthur M. Hamilton School in southwest Phoenix was closed Monday because of an electrical outage caused by the storm.

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