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Tree hazard potential assessment study Trunk break INJURY Child 2019 11 06

Subject: Tree hazard potential assessment study Trunk break INJURY Child 2019 11 06
From: Wayne Tyson
Date: Nov 07 2019 03:33:19
Here it is. Of course there's insufficient information to come to a
conclusion, but the location of the break on the trunk in relation to the
apparent growth from dormant (epicormic) buds might have relevance or be a
coincidence. Apparent heart rot.

The question is, how does one best assess this kind of failure in advance?

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Tree-Falls-on-Young-Trick-Or-Treater-in-NY-After-Halloween-Storms-Heavy-Winds-Leave-Damage-Across-Region-564208701.html

Thanks for your help!

Wayne



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