Tree Surgeons Work to Remove Debris in Panama City After Hurricane Michael

Tree surgeons continued to tackle the fallen debris in Panama City, Florida on Wednesday, October 16, as the state recovered from the destruction of Hurricane Michael.

This video shows volunteers from non-profit The Sonder Project using chainsaws to remove the trees which hit homes. They were assisted by workers from property group 360 Blue.

Hurricane Michael – which also hit Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia – killed at least 24 people in Florida, bringing the national death toll to 34, but officials said they expected this figure to rise. Credit: Aarien C Marceaux via Storyful