I hope the council has billed the AAPA for the …

Comment on Woman’s narrow miss as sacred tree sheds branches by R Henry.

I hope the council has billed the AAPA for the cleanup. What chance the building owners can get damages from AAPA?
Then also there could be a payout from AAPA for the woman for related stress and future uneasiness when walking near trees?

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