EMERGENCY!!! බාගන්න

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  • 2019 ජූලි 20

  • I was asked to look at this tree the previous week and agreed to work on it. Then, it failed! Big time! This could have been really bad. I can only imagine if one of us had been up in the tree when it exploded! This is a good video that we are showing from two different perspectives. Hope you enjoy this.


  • Just Me
    Just Me වසර 1කට පෙර

    The more I watch your videos of cabled trees, the more I believe that most trees shouldn't be cabled. If they get to a point where cables are needed to support the tree, it's time to remove large branches or the whole tree. Of course there would be some cases where it would be ok, but not as much as is customary.

  • Duncan Mac
    Duncan Mac වසර 1කට පෙර

    Personally I think those folks are playing with fire keeping that tree. It's an accident waiting to happen.

  • pneumatic00
    pneumatic00 වසර 1කට පෙර

    "Churchbells and Chainsaws" sounds like a good title for a novel or TV episode.

  • arboristBlairGlenn
    arboristBlairGlenn වසර 1කට පෙර (සංස්කරණය කළ)

    Additional video credit on this one to my son Kalen Glenn. Great use of the GoPro and editing. All of the GoPro clips are edited by Kalen and inserted by me into my edit. Truly a full father son project!

  • The Turtle Carpenter
    The Turtle Carpenter වසර 1කට පෙර

    “Jenga” in reverse !

  • NCPeavey
    NCPeavey වසර 1කට පෙර

    We refer to something like this as a "Treemergency" in our town - in addition to our live oaks, lots of laurel and water oaks which don't weather hurricanes and strong storms as well. When they fail, they usually fail spectacularly.

  • James Fox
    James Fox වසර 1කට පෙර


  • 465maltbie
    465maltbie වසර 1කට පෙර

    Amazing job balancing that large limb to lower it in a controlled way. A less experienced person might have had a much harder time of predicting how it would go. Thanks for sharing, the gopro is a nice view. Charles

  • Patrick Wagz
    Patrick Wagz වසර 1කට පෙර

    Wow, very interesting.

  • BG Tech
    BG Tech වසර 1කට පෙර

    Wow. That is such an extremely dangerous failure. Those old trees with all the cables are just ticking time bombs

  • photoguyroger
    photoguyroger වසර 1කට පෙර

    I'd like to see a short piece on the knots, rope and the thought process you guys use to safely bring down a tree. Great series.

  • Mike Jowsey
    Mike Jowsey වසර 1කට පෙර

    Best yet Blair! The inclusion of the GoPro footage added a new dimension to your videos. When you combine drone, GoPro and your nice camera, that'll be a cool video. A brickbat, though - the tail-out was way too loud.

  • John Asumaa
    John Asumaa වසර 1කට පෙර

    Even considering the importance of the tree, would it not be wiser and safer to remove it completely? Not much of a sanctuary if individuals end up wearing it. Scary work. You gentlemen really earn your money.

  • john schlesinger
    john schlesinger වසර 1කට පෙර

    That was scary stuff. You did a great job.

  • TheDisorderly1
    TheDisorderly1 වසර 1කට පෙර

    If you love a tree build a deck around it so that it can't get water to its root system.

  • Trooperandcooper Ale
    Trooperandcooper Ale වසර 1කට පෙර

    reminds me of a game of Kerplunk. But with terrifying results it you loose.

  • hillbilly Yo
    hillbilly Yo මාස 11කට පෙර

    wow Blair watching footage of what I've done in the past make me really appreciate the caution i use daily really your videos Joe

  • Patrick Morgan
    Patrick Morgan වසර 1කට පෙර

    Reminds me of the game “pick up sticks”, pull the wrong one and the whole thing comes tumbling down.

  • David Sonnen
    David Sonnen වසර 1කට පෙර

    Wuuuuuf. I had white knuckles during the whole video. Blair, that was a masterful piece of arborist's work.

  • 321ozzy
    321ozzy වසර 1කට පෙර

    Viewers of this amazing video: PRESS THAT LIKE BUTTON BELOW THE VIDEO. :-) I look forward to seeing part 2 of this job. To cable or not to cable a tree is an interesting question as it can still remain for quite some years. That said, the additional weight put on the already too weak a tree can be a ticking time bomb in case limps break and cables start to give way. I enjoy the additonal footage with the go-pro in which we can see some pre work before guiding the limps down. Best regards from Mexico.