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40foot tree has up rooted and is leaning very dangerously against the tree next to it , with the potential to cause serious injury possibly death if it hits someone

Reported in the Trees category by James McCann at 18:34, Thursday 23 February 2017

Sent to Halton Borough Council 2 minutes later

The high winds have up rooted this very tall tree

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  • Still no news on this dangerous tree The direction that the tree will fall will potentially damage property, cars and has a serious risk of injury/death to people ! the house directly effected is the home of 4/5 people with serious learning difficulties and need 24hr supervision. The tree is within the councils street boundry

    Posted by James McCann at 12:52, Friday 24 February 2017

  • Also if the tree falls it will potentially take out the street light as seen in the photo!

    Posted by James McCann at 13:02, Friday 24 February 2017

  • Also if the tree falls it will potentially take out the street light as seen in the photo!

    Posted by James McCann at 14:04, Friday 24 February 2017

  • It turns out that 2 trees had been effected and the other one had fallen the other way into Thornton which I could not see ! This tree fell into the next cul de sac taking a deviding brick wall down and landing on a car righting it off! The damaged trees have been taken away but the wall has not been repaired yet? Also there is another tree that looks as if it may come down when we get high winds again?

    Posted by James McCann at 14:22, Sunday 26 March 2017

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