Officials: Tornado recovery efforts making progress

BROOKLYN - City agencies say cleanup and repair efforts from last week?s tornado in Brooklyn are making progress.

One week after the tornado, there are still parts of Brooklyn with downed trees and debris. A FEMA crew surveyed the damage yesterday.

The Department of Parks and Recreation says many city agencies have been working 12-hour shifts since the tornado.

Residents say most of the debris has been cleaned up, and they are co-operating in the process.

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