Gainesville Residents Cleaning Up After Severe Weekend Weather
Strong storms that rolled through parts of North Central Florida on Monday, didn't make it very easy for people who were already cleaning up after this weekend's severe weather.
In fact, one Gainesville resident is feeling lucky to be safe after a tree came down on her property.
The strong storms are to blame for Kat Drawdy's car damage.
Drawdy was just getting home when wind and rain caused this tree to collapse right on her car.
This is the second time the same tree fell on her property, three years ago a branch broke off and fell right into her living room.
In both cases no one was injured, but Kat Drawdy reminds others, "Keep your trees trimmed and if you don't own your house, if you rent your house, insist that your landlord get it done."
Arborists recommend fertilizing trees to keep them healthy and less prone to falling over.
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