Their bark is worse than their bite!
Trees in Windsor Terrace and Park Slope brutally attacked two innocent motor vehicles in separate assaults during rainstorms that drenched Kings County this week.
The first incident occurred in Windsor Terrace on Third Street between Greenwood Avenue and Fort Hamilton Parkway on May 22 at 3 pm, when the branch of a large tree snapped and plummeted onto a parked Honda, according to legendary lensman Paul Martinka, who was at the scene.
Then, on May 25, a tree limb cracked on Lincoln Place near Fifth Avenue in Park Slope at 7:26 am and landed on a Subaru hatchback, blocking traffic for about an hour until firefighters removed the rogue branch, according to a fire department rep.
Fortunately, no people were injured in the trees’ senseless attack, and the vehicles suffered little damage.