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Brunswick County tornado debris to be removed by NCDOT

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will begin pickup of vegetation debris, like trees and limbs, in the Brunswick County areas affected by the tornado starting Monday.Click the video player above to watch the latest headlines from WXII 12 News.Brunswick County also plans to collect and dispose of any construction and demolition debris. Crews make only one pass, so residents should have their construction and demolition debris ready by the deadline of Monday, March 8 at 8 a.m., according to Brunswick County officials.The tornado killed three, injured ten and heavily damaged much of Ocean Ridge Plantation in February. Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order authorizes the NCDOT to aid in storm cleanup for the private neighborhood, according to NBC affiliate WECT.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will begin pickup of vegetation debris, like trees and limbs, in the Brunswick County areas affected by the tornado starting Monday.

Click the video player above to watch the latest headlines from WXII 12 News.

Brunswick County also plans to collect and dispose of any construction and demolition debris.

Crews make only one pass, so residents should have their construction and demolition debris ready by the deadline of Monday, March 8 at 8 a.m., according to Brunswick County officials.

The tornado killed three, injured ten and heavily damaged much of Ocean Ridge Plantation in February. Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order authorizes the NCDOT to aid in storm cleanup for the private neighborhood, according to NBC affiliate WECT.



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