Road workers remove storm debris in Craig Springs

Oktibbeha County Road Department workers removed storm debris from the right of way in Craig Springs Tuesday.

Posted: Apr 23, 2019 7:13 PM
Updated: Apr 24, 2019 10:27 AM

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springs looks a little cleaner today after road department workers removed storm debris from the right of way.... wtvas nicole dantzler is live in craig springs to give us an update on the progress of the cleanup.... road department workers were seen clearing away debris from the road earlier. road manager hal baggett tells me that craig springs isnt the only place theyre planning to clean up this week. ten trucks hauled away loads of trees and storm debris. "the county is out there and if you get it to the road they'll get it up. you can't ask for no better than that." james mcclelland- craig springs rt-0:09 last week i interviewed james mcclelland who was affected by the april tornado. the storm caused trees to fall down on his property and shattered a glass window on the side of his house. "they're doing a fabulous job, it's been more help than we could ever think about." james mcclelland- craig springs rt-0:08 road manager hal baggett says his team counted about 120 trees to pick up in craig springs and about 300 trees total in the county. "right now we're putting our best efforts into cleaning up as quickly as possible. we have two major sites." hal baggett- oktibbeha county road manager rt-0:07 he says their plan is to clear the debris from craig springs in two to three days and then hopefully prepare to cleanup hillbrook and other smaller sites next. hal baggett asks residents to be patient and know that they are making their way around the county to clean up storm debris. live in craig springs nicole dantzler wtva 9 news after
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