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Alive Since The 1600s, An Oak Tree Is Taken Down In Washington, D.C.

Thursday, June 29, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Julie Hill

Generations have come and gone under its branches. Its leaves soaked up rays from the sun that shone on the American Colonies. But after an estimated 325 years of life, an oak tree in a residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C., has now fallen victim to time.

Dana Ju, whose young family had been the latest to play under the tree's broad canopy on Washington's Floral Street, says they're "very sad about the tree but feel very fortunate we were not inside our home when it fell."

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