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FDNY Frees Woman after Large Tree Falls in Central Park

He had scrapes and bruises and was crying, she said. Four mounted police officers who just happened to be riding near the area where the Central Park tree fell, heard the loud crack as it tore from the earth and saw it fall. "Nothing [is] more important to her than her kids". After cutting some limbs off the tree to prevent it from rolling, firefighters were able to remove it from her about nine minutes after initially receiving the call, he said.

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Tour de France: Marcel Kittel collects third win in seventh stage

Ireland's Dan Martin took second place on Wednesday, 16 seconds behind, while Froome was 20 seconds off the pace in third, with his rival Richie Porte in his tracks. You can take on the full race or shorter sections - either way you'll have VIP access along the course. "I've never been up there myself so I can't say what it would be like but if the Norwegian fans are anything to go by they would certainly give the Tour what it deserves in terms of a Grand Depart".

Murray withdraws from Wimbledon warm-up

His rivalry with his fellow 30-year-old will likely be the one that defines his career and discussing Murray's prospects he said: "I'm sure Andy does everything in his power to get himself ready and prepared for his first match". The pressure Andy Murray feels at Wimbledon actually helps him concentrate better, the defending champion has said. "I'm very pleased with the two weeks we had", said Lendl, who explained that Murray had practised with Denis Shapovalov and Grigor Dimitrov at ...

Jeff Teague Is In Line To Replace Ricky Rubio In Minnesota

Towns remains a clear-cut top-three pick - and with Paul George now in Oklahoma City, there's an argument to be made for him at No. 1 overall - whereas Butler is someone to target toward the beginning of the second round. The one player that on the court has held back the T-Wolves the most over the last five years is finally someone else's problem. Thibodeau had always been known to prefer point guards with more of a scoring mentality and had success with those types of players - ...

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