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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Ten days after a summer storm socked the Twin Cities, cleanup crews are making the rounds.

On Monday, Minneapolis Park Board workers collected tree debris left curbside.

Last month’s storm downed hundreds of trees and cut power to thousands. The cleanup service offered by the city is only for homeowners trying to get rid of storm-damaged branches — not contractors or regular pruning.

Crews will pick up tree debris left by the street through next Friday, July 12.

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