Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree arrives in New York

This year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has arrived in New York City.
According to @NYCRobyn's Twitter account, the tree was delivered to Manhattan Saturday morning.
The 94-foot Norway spruce in Oneonta was cut down Thursday morning and loaded on a truck. The spruce has made the 140-mile trip from upstate New York to Manhattan.
The tree's 50,000 lights will be switched on during a live television broadcast Nov. 30.
The tree was on the property of Angie and Graig Eichler.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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