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One tragic result of the Nor’easter

We had gale-force winds of up to 60 mph here for several days last week, and this gigantic fallen tree was one of the casualties, lying across the entire street. The car was totaled, but luckily nobody was killed in the accident.

Penthouse: The vault, posted earlier

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Graeme18-Mar-2019 23:47
Some poor soul is now without the use of their car thanks to these trees, Helen.V
fotabug17-Mar-2018 15:45
Oh, too bad! Was there much damage in the city?
Julie Oldfield07-Mar-2018 02:27
That is so scary. I’m glad no one got hurt. V
Ton T.06-Mar-2018 18:48
Must have been a majestic tree! An interesting image of this accident V
LynnH06-Mar-2018 12:47
Glad no one was hurt. Wow. V
larose forest photos05-Mar-2018 02:16
That is astonishing, but we seem to be seeing more and more of these powerful windstorms all over these days. Excellent documentary shot. V
Martin Lamoon04-Mar-2018 21:07
Wonderful capture, looks like the tree has always been there!
Nirvan Hope04-Mar-2018 19:22
Ouch. That's a big tree. It must have been thunderous when it fell.
Chris Morton04-Mar-2018 17:34
very graphic and pleased there was a happy ending
exzim04-Mar-2018 17:29
That's some photo, I'm glad no one was hurt, do you know the owners
Kuriacose Joseph04-Mar-2018 17:16
I had never heard the term "bomb cyclone" before this weather event. The trail was covered with broken limbs of trees during our walk this morning!
Jim Coffman04-Mar-2018 17:04
Oh wow!! Glad no one was hurt!!