Jul 22, CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - No one was hurt when a tree fell on a home just north of uptown Charlotte early Wednesday morning. The tree toppled onto a home on Condon Street off of Beatties Ford Road sometime before a.m. The woman who lives at the home was at work when the tree fell. A dog was inside the home but is bushfalling.bar: WBTV. Oct 26, CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have closed part of Beatties Ford Road in north Charlotte after a tree fell in the area and onto.
Oct 26, - Just after p.m. on Friday, a tree toppled over across Beatties Ford Rd in northwest Charlotte, landing on top of a car. According to the.
Jul 22, - A woman is safe Wednesday morning after a large part of a tree crashed into the roof of her home in north Charlotte.
It happened on Condon Street, which is off Oaklawn Avenue near Beatties. Jul 01, CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - More than people are without power after a tree fell on power lines on Capps Hill Mine Road near Beatties Ford Road. Duke Energy crews are on scene working to remove the tree and restore power, it’s expected to be back on by a.m. May 22, More than homes were still without power in Huntersville Monday morning after a tree fell in the area. Storms blew through Sunday night, leaving a tree down on Beatties Ford.
Oct 26, Busy Charlotte road shut down after tree falls on power lines Beatties Ford Road was closed between Oaklawn Avenue and Russell Avenue and not expected to reopen until 1 a.m. Saturday. Author: WCNC. May 22, More than homes were still without power in Huntersville Monday morning after a tree fell in the area.
Storms blew through Sunday night, leaving a tree down on Beatties Ford. Cowan's Ford Wildlife Refuge was the first site in North Carolina to receive designation as a North Carolina Important Bird Area (IBA) by the Audubon Society of North Carolina. Directions: From I, take Exit Go west onto Gilead Road (SR ). Follow Gilead Road for approximately 5 miles to Beatties Ford. Jul 06, A fall pilot program would target current victims of violence who are recovering in the hospital, along with outreach on the streets focusing on four crime “hot spots”: I & Sugar Creek Road, Beatties Ford Road and LaSalle Street, Nations Ford and Arrowood Roads, and Central Ave.
and Sharon Amity Road.