I'm having a complete brain fade on this so please help me out. Yesterday I was at one of my residentials and this shrub was blown over by the wicked winds of Wednesday. I looked in all my reference books and I cant find the name of it. Its very common and I cant believe I cant remember the darn name of it. This particular one is about 10 feet tall, 10 feet across,,,and very heavy. I tried to pull it back by myself to temporarily stake it but it was wayyy too heavy. Orange, hard berries all over, its habit is like that of a lilac (not the dwarf lilacs), smallish dark green leaves. I need to send them an email telling them we need to fix this but I need to reference the name of the plant. My digital camera was being charged yesterday so sorry no pics...this plant is very common here in the Northeast. When one of you say the name, I;ll know it....man its a bear getting old and feeble brained. Thanks much . ps the dran thing is a foundation plant right up against the house. ANy suggestions on how to stand this thing up and get it secured?? With all its weight, I;m not sure big tree stakes will do the job since I cant get behind it because of the house.