GEORGETOWN, Del. - DelDOT has sent a crew of 25 people to help with clean-up efforts in South Florida.
Officials say downed trees and blocked roads are still a problem for those who call Florida home.
"We are anticipating assisting the county with removing debris from the roadway, basically cutting trees, and pushing them off to open back the roadways," says Alastair Probert, from the DelDOT South District.
The crew is expected be in Florida for at least two weeks.
We're told DelDOT also has a team of bridge inspectors on stand-by that they may sent to Florida in the coming days to evaluate bridges affected by the hurricane.
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