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White House Christmas tree winched back into place after being blown over by high winds

  • The National Christmas Tree in front of the White House fell during high winds but was later hoisted back upright, and its lighting ceremony will proceed as planned.
  • The tree, a 40-foot-tall Norway spruce, fell over due to heavy wind gusts but was upright again after cable replacement by 6 p.m. Tuesday.
  • Despite the fall, none of the 58 smaller surrounding trees were damaged, and crews are taking additional measures to secure the tree.
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