Gloucester: Adel Kelly, 95, was not home Monday afternoon when a 60-to-70-foot tree came crashing into her 269 Washington St. home. The home suffered which seemed to be minor damage because a cherry tree in front of the fallen tree absorbed part of the impact. Desi Smith/Gloucester Daily Times. October 29,2012.
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