Cleanup starts on Beach Drive near Bowker Avenue Sunday evening after a large pine limb fell. The limb of the tree on private land already hung fairly low before it failed around 5 p.m. on June 15. Oak Bay Parks cut the tree back to the fence line and cleaned up the public side of the fence. No injuries or significant damage to property was reported due to the incident.

Low limb falls in Oak Bay

Parks staff clear public walkway of debris after limb falls on Beach Drive

Cleanup starts on Beach Drive near Bowker Avenue Sunday evening after a large pine limb fell.

 

The limb of the tree on private land already hung fairly low before it failed around 5 p.m. on June 15. Oak Bay Parks cut the tree back to the fence line and cleaned up the public side of the fence. No injuries or significant damage to property was reported due to the incident.

 

 

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