Tree toppled by wind lands on pickup in Richland

January 13, 2014 

Tree on Pickup Richland

Chuck Evans' 2006 Ford F150 pickup is visible Monday morning after some chainsaw work to remove a 70-foot tall blue spruce that toppled in the wind on Saturday in the front yard of his home at 355 Westmoreland Dr. in Rchland. Chuck Evans talks with German Fernandez, left, and Ubaldo Gonzalez, the two Pasco men he hired to help remove the tree. The truck's roof was dented, the windshield was cracked, a side view mirror broken and paint on the hood was scratched.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Chuck Evans' 2006 Ford F150 pickup is visible Monday morning after some chainsaw work to remove a 70-foot tall blue spruce that toppled in the gusty winds on Saturday in the front yard of his home at 355 Westmoreland Dr. in Richland. Chuck Evans talks with German Fernandez, left, and Ubaldo Gonzalez, the two Pasco men he hired to help remove the tree. The truck is still drivable but the roof was dented, the windshield was cracked, a side view mirror broken and paint on the hood was scratched.

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