Skip to comments.Key West police rescue woman from giant banyan tree
Posted on 05/12/2016 10:32:46 AM PDT by JoeProBono
KEY WEST, Fla., - Police in Key West helped to rescue a woman who had become stuck in a giant banyan tree.
Officer Scott Standerwick worked alongside firefighters to rescue the woman, who happened to be a Key West local, from the tree.
"They popped her out like a cork," a Key West Police Department spokesperson told ABC 10.
The woman had reportedly been trying to climb the tree before she became stuck.
Common enough problem.
Looks like they got to the root of the problem.
All trees emit evil, poison carbon. They all must be cut down to save the earth from global warming.
... and the last thing she remembers is being in Sloppy Joe’s talking to a man with an eye patch and a parrot on his shoulder.
“The woman had reportedly been trying to climb the tree before she became stuck’
In flip-flops..............not so smart. The problem with Key West is there are not enough drinking establishments there.
She heard there was a millionaire bachelor in there.
There was a place on Las Olas with one of these in the court yard.
I live on Victoria Park road and went there often.
Elbow Room too.if I could make it
Ents be looking for wives...got to be one slow witted drunk to get trapped by a tropical Ent
“She heard there was a millionaire bachelor in there”
In that case there would have been a bunch of dudes in there, what with it being Key West and all.
Was this on Caroline Street by chance?
This belongs to some key west resident
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Is this tree REAL? Too many tree trunks! Suspicious.
Tree Advocates were outraged at her abuse of this 200 year old tree system. There can be no good reason to climb a tree like this. Was she over-medicated? Lucky, she still had a live phone with her.
Are you old enough to have ever been in Porky’s, abt. 3901 N. Federal Hwy prior to it’s destruction? How about drinks at the Moliki bar insidetyhe Mai Kai?
She’s a real tree hugger.
Yes. It’s known as a Banyan tree. Those are actually aerial roots.
I won’t be going to that website, who knows what it might be.
Take a big squirrel to put that large of a nut in his hideaway.
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