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Timber

by Bobby Blair
May 17, 2017

Mike Donovan and Officer Kate Hickey survey the damage Wednesday afternoon at 865 Washington Street. Donovan who said he had just walked back from the Mobil Station saw a group of people standing in his yard.

A huge silver maple broke off at its base which in turn took down a large pine.

While neither of the tree's struck the house, everything else in their way was destroyed.

 

The shed appears to be a total loss.

Donovan said a call to his parents had been made and they're headed home.

The incident occured around 4 p.m.

 

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