whoever owned the land that the fallen tree was on is responsible.
Don Hartman wrote:
> Last Friday evening about 8:30, a 100' Cottonwood tree on the adjacent
> (vacant) property fell towards my yard, through the post and rail fence,
> and killed my '49 Chevy car. i didn't worry about it over the week-end,
> thinking the homeowners' policy would cover. I had not been following the
> other members' post or threads regarding the house fire. Needless to say,
> the policy specifically EXCLUDES motor vehicles. They'll pay for the
> fence, but the car is a total loss, as I have too many to carry individual
> policies on all of them. The tree is cleared, the fence temporarily
> mended, and the 'ole girl left the premises today on the back of a wrecker.
> Real sad. Good driver, complete, no rust, straight, etc. Gone, from rear
> bumper, through the roof towards the front bumber. Looked like some
> new-fangled low-rider. Oh well. I was only the 3rd owner of this car,
> that only had 70K on it. Originally purchased in Twin Falls Idaho, then
> moved to North-Western Nevada (middle-O-nowhere) and back to Idaho. Had
> all registrations and everything.
> IF... anyone has a need for anything from this car, they are welcome to
> have it. Problem is, I don't have time to mess with it much, as I'm
> breaking ground on the 30x40 shop, as well as many other projects, and lots
> of travel. I am in south-central Idaho (near Sun Valley) if you're
> interested, and the car is in a private yard that I have personal access
> to. I could be conned into getting small things if you're not in too much
> a hurry.
> Sleep well Angel...
> '55 2nd DeLuxe
> '59 GMC Burb
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
New Mexico Jim
50 3100 ½ ton
51 6??? two ton dump
54 two ton for parts
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959