A memorial of flowers are on display at the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay died when a tree fell on his station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The tree that killed the father of two had root rot, making it more likely to topple in high winds, according to a recent report.
A memorial of flowers are on display at the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay died when a tree fell on his station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The tree that killed the father of two had root rot, making it more likely to topple in high winds, according to a recent report. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015
A memorial of flowers are on display at the spot where Gig Harbor resident Jamie Fay died when a tree fell on his station wagon on Borgen Boulevard. The tree that killed the father of two had root rot, making it more likely to topple in high winds, according to a recent report. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015

Root rot factor in Gig Harbor fatal tree fall, report finds

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