5,600,000 pounds later, Roanoke crews catch up with windstorm debris

In the eight weeks since the June windstorm, Roanoke City crews have collected 2,800 tons of brush from residential areas — that’s about 5.6 million pounds. Officials say they have finally caught up, and the normal collecting schedule can resume. The latest from WFIR’s Starr Anderson.

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