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Harvey Updyke apologizes to listeners on Paul Finebaum show

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WTVM) - The man accused of poisoning the trees at Toomer's Corner was back on the airwaves again Wednesday evening, calling the radio show where news of the poisoned trees was first mentioned.

Around 4:00 p.m CDT, Harvey Updyke called the Paul Finebaum show. He told the radio host that he was not doing well and that he was having heart problems.

Updyke told radio listeners he needed to get right with God, and the public does not understand how it hurts. "I can't tell you how sorry i am... I can't undo it," said Finebaum.

[Click here to listen to the entire conversation.]

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