New York City endured wind gusts of up to 80 miles per hour from tropical storm Isaias on Tuesday causing many large trees to fall to the streets of Greenpoint.

A tree fell on Huron Street on Tuesday due to the tropical storm. (Photo courtesy of Ian Young)

Elsewhere is the city, a man in his 60s was killed by a tree that fell on his Dodge van in Briarwood Queens at around 1 p.m., Gothamist reports.

On Huron Street near Franklin Street a giant curbside tree ruptured the sidewalk and crashed onto parked cars on its way down to the street below at around 1:30 p.m., luckily no injuries were reported.

Huron Street (Photo courtesy of Ian Young)
The fallen tree on Huron St. (Photo courtesy of Annie Reeds)

Manhattan Avenue also experienced a large falling tree near Huron Street with no injuries reported.

Manhattan Avenue (Photo courtesy of Lauren Nolan)
Manhattan Avenue (Photo courtesy of Lauren Nolan)

McGolrick Park saw at least three trees fall within the park and a few more large trees fall onto Russell Street.

McGolrick Park (Photo courtesy of Matt Wood)
McGolrick Park at Russell Street (Photo courtesy of Adam Belvo)
McGolrick Park at Russell Street (Photo courtesy of Adam Belvo)
McGolrick Park
McGolrick Park

McCarren Park also had reports of fallen trees on Tuesday.

McCarren Park (Photo courtesy of Kaylan Pedine)

Greenpointers also received tips that trees fell at Humboldt Street and at Union Avenue near Driggs Avenue.

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