Getting Hurricane Ian debris permanently off the streets

BONITA SPRINGS

The aftermath of Ian continues to pile up as people try to pick up the destruction left behind from the storm. Trash piles all around Southwest Florida have become the site as FEMA opened temporary places to dump debris.

While Florida lacks natural mountains, if you drive down Tamiami Trail in Bonita you’ll find trash coming to a peak like the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

An estimate by WINK News reporter, Lauren Leslie said one pile of trash was at least 20 feet high.

Collecting all the storm debris is a tall task, especially if some of the trash

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