"Well, we'll be doing a lot of chasing. We'll be trying to address the serious and dangerous situations and trying to cover as many places as possible," Bronk, a member of Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado, said.
His business, Mountain High Tree, Lawn and Landscape, started getting calls as soon as they opened on Wednesday.
"We got 58 calls in the first three hours," Brittany Walters, an employee who answered many of those calls, said.
The calls ranged from downed trees to broken branches that had fallen onto power lines, roofs and cars.
It makes for challenging day for crews charged with cleaning up the mess.
"This is more dangerous. We have to be worried about downed wires and those kinds of situations. Trees are slippery, ground is slippery, your feet are wet and cold, so it is a whole different scenario," Bronk said.
While this snow storm is moving out of Colorado, the work to clean up the mess it leaves behind is just beginning.
"The calls will probably continue. People will come home from work today, find damage in their yards tonight and tomorrow, so my guess is the rest of the week we'll be affected by the storm," Bronk said.
For more information about dealing with trees damaged by a snow storm, you can go to www.ALCC.com.
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