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Wintry weather plays factor in falling trees

In this interview with WMC Action News 5, Nathan Baker, district manager of Davey's Memphis office, tells viewers to get their large trees checked by a certified arborist. 

Posted: March 12, 2015 

By Sasha Jones 

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The wintry weather the Mid-South endured recently could be the reason trees are coming down.

Age isn't the only factor at play as trees begin tumbling in the spring. Snow, ice, rain, and wind make for a lethal combination.

"I've been on several calls already looking at trees that have fallen over," said Davey Tree Expert Company District Manager Nathan Baker.

The added moisture when attacked by wind makes it easier for trees to uproot, especially in residential areas.

To watch the interview, click here


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