A mother of three who was hit by a 3,000-pound falling tree in New York City’s Central Park is speaking out for the first time about the incident and why she plans to file a $200 million lawsuit.
“Our lives are forever altered by what happened,” Anne Monoky, 39, told ABC News’ Adrienne Bankert of the moment last August when the tree fell on her and her three young sons.
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“It was, like, a beautiful sunny day. I went to the park, and that’s all I remember,” she said. “The next thing I know I was in the ICU.”