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Massive tree falls in Central Park, New York, injuries reported

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NEW YORK CITY — A massive tree fell in Central Park Tuesday morning, injuring several people, PIX11 reported.

NBC News reported a mother holding one small child and pushing a double stroller carrying two other kids was briefly knocked unconscious by the falling tree.

They were taken to the hospital. All are expected to be OK, though fire officials told NBC News the mother was in serious condition.

The tree fell around 10 a.m. near Central Park West and Columbus Circle.

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