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Storm fells famed drive-thru tree

This article from The New York Post mentions Davey's tweet mourning the recent death of the famous Pioneer Cabin tree. 

Posted: Jan. 9, 2017 

By Natalie O'Neill

Nature lovers are pining over the loss of a historic centuries-old California tree that toppled in a wild storm over the weekend, according to a report Monday.

The giant hallowed-out sequoia dubbed Pioneer Cabin — which was large enough to drive a truck through — fell Sunday afternoon in Calaveras Big Trees State Park after it was hit with strong rain and wind, officials said on social media.

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