Auburn oaks removed from Toomer's Corner

April 23, 2013 | 6:55 p.m. CDT
Tree removal workers photograph the stump that is left after they cut down one of the famous oak trees at Toomer's Corner, Tuesday, in Auburn, Ala. Crews on Tuesday morning removed the limbs of the landmark oaks and left stumps lying near piles of sawdust. The trees are all but dead after being poisoned by a University of Alabama fan.

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