Scenes like this one are getting scarce as Hurricane Irma debris has largely been cleared with only about 10 percent left to be picked up in Manatee County while Bradenton and Palmetto report cleanup is completed.
Scenes like this one are getting scarce as Hurricane Irma debris has largely been cleared with only about 10 percent left to be picked up in Manatee County while Bradenton and Palmetto report cleanup is completed. File photo by Tiffany Tompkins Bradenton Herald
Scenes like this one are getting scarce as Hurricane Irma debris has largely been cleared with only about 10 percent left to be picked up in Manatee County while Bradenton and Palmetto report cleanup is completed. File photo by Tiffany Tompkins Bradenton Herald

Hurricane Irma debris is almost gone 2 1/2 months later

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