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Pasco Gives Tornado Victims More Time to Clean Up

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Pasco County will collect tornado debris on Wednesday (April 13). The county has also issued guidelines for preparing the debris.

PASCO COUNTY – Pasco County is extending the storm debris removal deadline to give residents more time to clean up from the tornado that touched down shortly after 6 a.m. Thursday (April 7). The storm left a trail of debris from homes and businesses along a narrow path stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to just east of U.S. 19 in Port Richey.

Pasco County Crews will begin picking up storm debris in affected areas on Wednesday (April 13). Residents are asked to collect storm debris only, and to place debris between the sidewalk and the street for pick-up no later than 7 a.m. Wednesday. Branches should be piled separately from things like metal, and debris should not be on the roadway or sidewalk.

For a list of debris pick-up guidelines, go to fl.pascocounty.civicplus.com.

Photograph of tornado from Tampa Bay Reporter files.

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