Two trees marked as hazardous are visible from the sidewalk of Borgen Boulevard in Gig Harbor on the morning of Nov. 2, 2015. The trees were slated for removal later in the day after a tree fell from the Heron's Key development over the weekend. Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay was killed Aug. 29 when a Douglas fir fell from the property, hitting his car.
Two trees marked as hazardous are visible from the sidewalk of Borgen Boulevard in Gig Harbor on the morning of Nov. 2, 2015. The trees were slated for removal later in the day after a tree fell from the Heron's Key development over the weekend. Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay was killed Aug. 29 when a Douglas fir fell from the property, hitting his car. Brynn Grimley Staff writer
Two trees marked as hazardous are visible from the sidewalk of Borgen Boulevard in Gig Harbor on the morning of Nov. 2, 2015. The trees were slated for removal later in the day after a tree fell from the Heron's Key development over the weekend. Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay was killed Aug. 29 when a Douglas fir fell from the property, hitting his car. Brynn Grimley Staff writer

Hazard trees removed in Gig Harbor near where driver was killed

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