By CBSLA Staff

LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — Powerful winds overnight brought down several large trees in Long Beach.

Long Beach was not spared from the cold, gusty winds that are whipping up a wildfire in Orange County and forcing preemptive power outages in Simi Valley.

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One large tree crashed down onto a car, and just a few blocks away near 6th Street and Park Avenue, another large tree was blown over and is blocking the road.

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Another tree was spotted down, the bulk of it narrowly missing an apartment building.

There have been no reports of serious injuries.

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A Red Flag Warning is in effect for much of the region and gusts along the coasts are expected to gust as much as 40-55 mph through Thursday afternoon.