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The owner of a two-storey mansion in Melbourne’s east has confirmed that he has had to use a chainsaw to cut down a large tree on the property, claiming that he could only cut off enough branches to see into its back yard.
The tree, located within a residential street in the backyard of the family home, is the biggest in the city.
Owner-operators Robert (Tony) McInnes and his wife Helen have moved into the house since April and have been keen to keep it tidy.
But on Saturday morning, it was revealed that the large piece of tree protruded up from the backyard with the force of a tractor, damaging the wooden floorboards.
Ms McInnes said she and her husband had previously installed wood-frame fire escapes but were now forced to move because the ground floor is currently unusable.
“If we were in the backyard바카라사이트s of houses this size, we would’ve seen it coming quite fast.” Ms McInnes said.
“This has been the biggest mistake of my life, and it’s really quite sad but I’ve got to get the situation sorted now.
“At this stage, we are stuck with this thing.”
Ms McInnes says she fears the tree will be too large to remove but has advised her neighbours they should also take steps to make their home more convenient if they are forced to live in a house thi우리카지노s size.
The tree was removed early this morning as part of a “no trespassing” crackdown.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the VicRoads.com confidential line on 1800 333 000.
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