Wild weather rips down trees, knocks out power on LI

Severe, fast moving storms wreaked havoc across Long Island yesterday afternoon causing trees to topple on houses and power lines.

Officials say just under 15,000 people in Nassau are still without power.

More than 2,000 residents in Great Neck are without power this morning.

Click the NEXT button under the video player to view storm damage in Levittown.

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano has been surveying the damage all morning long.

In Levittown, a large tree toppled and landed on a home on Jupiter Lane. The fallen tree has displaced one or two families but no one was hurt.

LIPA hopes to have almost everyone restored by the end of the day.

Severe storms wreak havoc across Long Island

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