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  • Watch: Timelapse of crews moving 98-foot sequoia tree to new home

    Crews worked overnight to relocate a massive sequoia tree first planted in Boise, Idaho, in 1912. The tree was moved from the front of St. Luke's Medical Center to Fort Boise Park over the weekend. (Travis Meier / Idaho Statesman / June 25, 2017)

Watch: Timelapse of crews moving 98-foot sequoia tree to new home

Crews worked overnight to relocate a massive sequoia tree first planted in Boise, Idaho, in 1912. The tree was moved from the front of St. Luke's Medical Center to Fort Boise Park over the weekend. (Travis Meier / Idaho Statesman / June 25, 2017)