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How to Tell Which Trees Are At Risk for Falling During Severe Weather

In this WTOP segment, Lou Meyer of Davey's Annapolis, Maryland, office shares what warning signs to look for on your tree that means it could be in trouble.

Posted: September 12, 2018

WASHINGTON — When preparing for severe weather, downed trees can cause serious damage, but there are a few steps you can take in advance to make sure trees on your property aren’t a safety hazard.

Lou Meyer, an arborist with the Davey Tree Expert Company, says it’s not about the age of the tree, but how secure its root system is, which means any tree could be at risk of toppling over.

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