F... the truck.. thank god the human survived! If they had parked two more feet back this could have had a completely different and tragic outcome.
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I didn’t know there was anybody in the truck. That is horrifying! If you look at the front seat from that picture, it was only a few inches from disaster. Oh, and NY_Rob, I agree with your initial sentiment.F... the truck.. thank god the human survived! If they had parked two more feet back this could have had a completely different and tragic outcome.
Can't speak to CA approach, but here in the Pacific Northwest - the local authorities are very responsive to arborist recommendations to remove trees. If the city / town ignores those recommendations which can later be proven, the local authority become liable (which I believe has happened). We have our trees inspected every year or so and have removed a few specifically out of concern for safety.
Tree looked healthy. No dead limbs, no central rot. Are we certain there wasn't just a bunch of anti-green folks standing next to the tree to push it over? In fact, where were you at the time when the tree fell?
Relevant because it's CA (I live about 5 miles from where this happened) and here there are plenty of folks who think cutting a tree is akin to treason.How is this wild speculation even relevant? We need an emoji react.