Councilman Charlie Rivenbark
happened to be nearby and was one of the first on the scene. Now, Rivenbark is asking city staff to
inventory the city's trees and remove limbs that could be dangerous.
"I don't want to see
another tree limb come down," said Rivenbark. "There are some that I have
noticed in the last two or three days that are just dead. A good strong wind and
they will just fall over. And there is still enough substance to them that they
will do damage."