Drought blamed as more than 9,300 trees have died in Houston

09/21/2011 | KHOU-TV (Houston)

The historically dry weather in Houston has contributed to the deaths of about 9,330 trees, which could affect pollution, city officials said. Park officials said removing those trees could cost $3 million.

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