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First off if you cut the roots 180 degrees (which would not be necessary) the only way the tree would fall is in the direction of the lake not on the path and the winds would need to be from the east. You have a better chance of being hit by lightning then being hit by that tree in a wind storm. I hope the City had the proper permits to remove these trees.
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