Strong wind felled a tree at the Shell service station in Northmead on Thursday.
Five members of the Hills SES responded, along with Hills SES controller Evelyn Lester, who said the tree fell on the awning of the service station.
The crew pushed the tree off the awning.
Watch the video, courtesy of The Hills SES, below.
It’s been a busy week for the local SES team who also received calls to remove fallen trees in Kellyville, Baulkham Hills and Glenhaven on Tuesday during western Sydney’s emergency fire.
A crew of six assisted with catering at one of the evacuation points in Penrith.
The Hills SES were also at the 2013 Crestwood Fair on Sunday, where they put on two emergency services demonstrations.
The team had brought one rescue and one flood response vehicle to Crestwood Reserve, where the fair was held.
They also had a rescue boat on display.