It turns out the Sunday night storm that came with a last-minute tornado warning in parts of New York caused major damage in Upper Manhattan.
Although it was later downgraded to straight-line winds, the storm toppled as many as ten large trees in Fort Washington Park.
By Thursday, crews had removed most of the fallen trees, leaving just their massive—and in most cases completely uprooted—stumps.
Local visitors will be sure to appreciate the quick clean-up. The picturesque area just south of the George Washington Bridge has become a true oasis during the pandemic.
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