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Florida Struggles to Remove Hurricane Debris
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Florida Struggles to Remove Hurricane Debris

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Florida Struggles to Remove Hurricane Debris

Florida Struggles to Remove Hurricane Debris
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Officials in Florida say the state's first three hurricanes this season have already left mountains of debris, over 1 million cubic yards to be carted away. The debris is littering roads and yards. It may take until Thanksgiving for all of it to be carted away. Hear reporter Robin Sussingham.

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