Section Of Main Street In East Hampton Closed On Thursday After Large Tree Blows Down - 27 East

Section Of Main Street In East Hampton Closed On Thursday After Large Tree Blows Down

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Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Crews were removing the tree on Thursday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

A large tree blew down at around 10 a.m. on Thursday on Main Street in East Hampton Village. A section of Main Street near Baker House 1650 was closed to traffic while New York State Department of Transportation crews worked in the rain and wind to cut up and remove the tree.  KYRIL BROMLEY

A large tree blew down at around 10 a.m. on Thursday on Main Street in East Hampton Village. A section of Main Street near Baker House 1650 was closed to traffic while New York State Department of Transportation crews worked in the rain and wind to cut up and remove the tree. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorElizabeth Vespe on Oct 10, 2019
A large tree blew down at around 10 a.m. on Thursday on Main Street in East Hampton Village. A section of Main Street near Baker House 1650 was closed to... more

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