Nun gets stuck in to clear Hurricane Irma debris — Chainsaw MASS-acre

Nun gets stuck in to clear Hurricane Irma debris — Chainsaw MASS-acre

Sister Margaret Ann added that other locals saw her working and also participated in clearing the debris.

When it comes to neighbors helping neighbors it doesn't get much better than this.

The Archdiocese of Miami announced early Tuesday evening that Catholic schools under its jurisdiction in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties will remain closed until further notice, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

More news: "We are prepared" for Hurricane Irma — Georgia Power

The Miami-Dade Police Department recorded a video of her assistance, which now has gone viral online. So she found a chainsaw and got to work.

One person said: 'I mean hey.gotta admit nuns [sic] are cool!' The officer took a photo and a video of the nun in action.

Tuesday's guest said she does not know when her school will reopen, as the air conditioner was damaged during the hurricane. "That's what we do", she said. This risky task should be conducted with huge care and handled with precautions because it might also include the risk of encountering fallen wires and electrical fires.

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