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Christmas storm clean up won’t be finished until mid-April

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More than half of the debris is still waiting to be cleaned up two and half months after the Christmas winter storm.

The city of Little Rock estimates 22,000 tons of trees and limbs fell. So far crews removed about 9,000 tons.

Little Rock does expect clean up to speed up now that last month's emergency declaration allows federal money to pay for extra crews. Those contractor crews are working seven days a week.

City hopes the first pass through will be finished by mid-April. To see maps where debris has and has not been collected, click here.

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