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    Irma cleanup means all hands on deck. Kids, neighbors, utility workers and one chainsaw-wielding nun get to work as millions of evacuees fight gridlock to get home to Florida and millions more wait for power to be restored.

Irma cleanup means all hands on deck. Kids, neighbors, utility workers and one chainsaw-wielding nun get to work as millions of evacuees fight gridlock to get home to Florida and millions more wait for power to be restored. Caitlin Healy McClatchy
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Irma damage expected to reach $18 billion in the U.S.

September 14, 2017 10:07 AM