File:Corps Clearing Hurricane Ike Debris in Galveston (2885185523).jpg
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractor, Ceres Environmental, in coordination with the Texas Department of Transportation, continues its FEMA-directed debris removal mission along interstate 45, in Galveston Sept 21. The Corps has contracted crews and more than 80 trucks to help clear the interstate of debris. Once these right-of-ways are cleared, the Corps debris teams will be clearing state highways on Galveston Island. (US Army Corps of Engineers photo by Brooks O. Hubbard IV)
|Source||Corps Clearing Hurricane Ike Debris in Galveston|
|Author||U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from USA|
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