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CUPERTINO (CBS SF) — No one was injured, but a house on Newsom Lane in Cupertino sustained serious damage when a large bough of a tree broke off and fell on the house early Sunday morning, the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said.

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The bough that fell was, essentially, half of a large tree – about 10 feet in diameter. The bough itself was three to four feet in diameter, and about 50 feet long, said sheriff’s Deputy Mike Low.

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There were people–the homeowner and his kids–in the house when the tree landed on it at about 1:40 a.m. Sunday, Low said, but no one was injured.

The San Jose Fire Department also responded to the scene.

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