Tree down in Nascot Wood Road

Tree down in Nascot Wood Road

Tree down in Nascot Wood Road

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A tree has blocked Nascot Wood Road in Watford. Picture by @Turnseey

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4:08pm Sat 15 Feb 14

Nascot says...

Langley Road at the junction with Stratford Road has been closed with Police in attendance as there are a group of trees in a dangerous state.
Langley Road at the junction with Stratford Road has been closed with Police in attendance as there are a group of trees in a dangerous state. Nascot
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10:39pm Sat 15 Feb 14

abbotshornet says...

Nascot wrote:
Langley Road at the junction with Stratford Road has been closed with Police in attendance as there are a group of trees in a dangerous state.
Why was massive amounts of traffic allowed to turn into Nascot Wood Road when it was closed! When we drove back from the football it seems it had been closed for SIX hours or more. One sign would have saved hundreds of cars driving along the road then everyone doing u-turns, at least half an hour was added to our journey home to Abbots Langley.
I think it's disgraceful that a busy road was closed and no warning was given to the public.
[quote][p][bold]Nascot[/bold] wrote: Langley Road at the junction with Stratford Road has been closed with Police in attendance as there are a group of trees in a dangerous state.[/p][/quote]Why was massive amounts of traffic allowed to turn into Nascot Wood Road when it was closed! When we drove back from the football it seems it had been closed for SIX hours or more. One sign would have saved hundreds of cars driving along the road then everyone doing u-turns, at least half an hour was added to our journey home to Abbots Langley. I think it's disgraceful that a busy road was closed and no warning was given to the public. abbotshornet
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8:24am Sun 16 Feb 14

E.Coli says...

It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.
It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant. E.Coli
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9:22am Sun 16 Feb 14

Cuetip says...

E.Coli wrote:
It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.
Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over.

There is a moral here.
[quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.[/p][/quote]Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over. There is a moral here. Cuetip
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11:34am Sun 16 Feb 14

E.Coli says...

Cuetip wrote:
E.Coli wrote:
It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.
Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over.

There is a moral here.
What ever
[quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.[/p][/quote]Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over. There is a moral here.[/p][/quote]What ever E.Coli
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7:27pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Cuetip says...

E.Coli wrote:
Cuetip wrote:
E.Coli wrote:
It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.
Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over.

There is a moral here.
What ever
Exposing a raw root somewhere !
[quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: It must be the cheaply made trees that council gave premission to plant.[/p][/quote]Is the supposedly condemned Cedar of Lebanon tree in Cassiobury Pk still standing proud and strong when all around treescreened by other trees are blown over. There is a moral here.[/p][/quote]What ever[/p][/quote]Exposing a raw root somewhere ! Cuetip
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