Avoiding the icy hazards


A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.


Tom Barr | News Journal

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.


Tom Barr | News Journal

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_ice-south-mulberry-early-1.jpgA local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them. Tom Barr | News Journal

A local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_ice-south-mulberry-late-1.jpgA local newspaper editor took a photo of part of a downed tree blocking much of South Mulberry Street in Wilmington. A few seconds later, after some ominous-sounding cracking noises, another huge branch fell, blocking the rest of the street and downing some utility lines just a few feet away from the camera. But the day was more dangerous for those workers trying to clear roads and debris. Not only were conditions slick, but they had to be aware of the possibility of branches that were falling all around them. Tom Barr | News Journal