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Posted at 12:12 PM ET, 11/09/2011

Rock Creek Park tree is removed


National Park Service chopped down the tree in Rock Creek Park. (Photo by Michael Kessler)
In late October, a griper wrote us concerned about a damaged tree on a bike path in Rock Creek Park. He was especially concerned following the death of a Mount Pleasant man who was hit by a falling tree branch and worried that the branch on the tree, just north of Q Street, could snap and “pulverize” someone.
The tree before the National Park Service had it chopped down. (Photo by Michael Kessler)

The griper says he called 311 but couldn’t get the issue resolved. So he posted his complaint on The Daily Gripe.

And on Saturday, the National Park Service had the tree chopped down.

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By The Daily Gripe  |  12:12 PM ET, 11/09/2011

 
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