Debris Collection from Tornado Damage in South Patrick Shores to Begin June 14

By  //  June 13, 2023

EF1 tornado hit the area on June 7

Brevard County government announced that debris collection in South Patrick Shores is set to begin on Wednesday. There are dozens of homes impacted with roof, structure, and other wind-related damages from an EF1 tornado that hit the area on June 7.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County government announced that debris collection in South Patrick Shores is set to begin on Wednesday. 

There are dozens of homes impacted with roof, structure, and other wind-related damages from an EF1 tornado that hit the area on June 7.

Doug Connor Inc. of Melbourne has been contracted by the County and will focus debris collection on a number of streets, including Albatross Drive, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th streets, Ocean Dr., Pelican Dr., Sea Gull Drive, Egret Drive, Herron Drive, and Flamingo Drive.

The company will first focus on the collection of vegetative debris, like tree limbs and bushes, and then move to construction and demolition debris, fencing, etc.

The tornado hit the area south of Pineda Causeway with winds between 90-100 mph, according to the National Weather Service-Melbourne.

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