A city of Sacramento worker finishes placing safety tape around a tree and the branches that came down after breaking in Land Park on Saturday morning. The multiple loud cracks caused by the breaks startled people using the park about 7:30 a.m. before the day’s heat settled in. Experts say dry weather is a significant cause of trees breaking.
A city of Sacramento worker finishes placing safety tape around a tree and the branches that came down after breaking in Land Park on Saturday morning. The multiple loud cracks caused by the breaks startled people using the park about 7:30 a.m. before the day’s heat settled in. Experts say dry weather is a significant cause of trees breaking. Brian Blomster bblomster@sacbee.com
A city of Sacramento worker finishes placing safety tape around a tree and the branches that came down after breaking in Land Park on Saturday morning. The multiple loud cracks caused by the breaks startled people using the park about 7:30 a.m. before the day’s heat settled in. Experts say dry weather is a significant cause of trees breaking. Brian Blomster bblomster@sacbee.com

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