SANTA PAULA (KCAL9) — High wind knocked a light pole onto the roof of a classroom at Renaissance High School.

The incident, which occurred just after 11 a.m. Wednesday, took place at Palm and Santa Barbara in Santa Paula.

One ambulance was reportedly dispatched to the scene, but there was no word on injuries, authorities said.

Meanwhile, wind advisories are still in effect for the Inland Empire, as well as the Orange County coast and Santa Ana Mountains.

Winds are expected to decrease overnight and into Thursday with warm temperatures expected until showers arrive late Friday night through Saturday afternoon.

Comments (7)
  1. Fernando chavez says:

    i was there it was scary

  2. Fernando Chavez says:

    it was preiod 3 and i herd a crash and i thougt it was a earthquake

  3. Primo Juan says:


    Try using spell check so you don’t appear to be a complete menso!

    -El Primo, Juan

  4. Joe says:

    Try using compassion so you don’t appear to be a complete p’ tac.

  5. So windy out, Charlie Sheen blew another sobriety test.

  6. Duncan says:

    @ Fernando

    I disagree with Primo. You shouldn’t use spell check. You should pay attention in school and learn how to read and write at a high school level. WHAT’S WRONG WITH OUT SCHOOLS?

  7. Fernando Chavez says:

    its slang

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