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Mar 25, 2015
Out on a Limb
(NEW ORLEANS, LA) No doubt, it wasn’t the end Jonathan Boover envisioned when he climbed midway up a large cypress tree 11 days ago in an effort to keep a new $24.5 million golf course in New Orleans from being built. According to The Times-Picayune, Boover fell from the tree shortly before 11 a.m on Tuesday and was carried away on a stretcher into a waiting ambulance. “Witnesses say Boover may have broken his nose and injured his foot and knee in the fall. He had been running low on supplies, witnesses said, and was likely weak from hunger when he flipped out of his hammock perched midway up the tree,” the newspaper reports. The new golf course in City Park will necessitate the removal of about 110 trees, about half of those are invasive trees or already dead, says City Park CEO Bob Becker. We’re not sure how many of those trees have already been removed…except one. Shortly after Boover fell from his perch, that particular cypress tree was immediately cut down.
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