A snow-laden branch fell from a tree and killed a man who was walking down Central Park's "Literary Walk" at 67th Street near Fifth Avenue. A witness said the branch, part of a massive tree close to 80 feet tall, looked like it weighed 100 pounds. The man, in his 30s, lay bleeding in the snow. "It was obviously a direct hit to his head," said the witness. "It was horrifying." Several people called 911, but no one offered CPR or first aid because he appeared to be dead already. This isn't the first incident of its kind. A Google employee was hit in the head by a rotting branch last July, and a 33-year-old man was left in a coma after a 100-pound limb landed on him. The current winter storm is expected to leave as much as 12 inches of snow.