The Sunshine State, Florida is now facing the biggest cleanup challenge after Hurricane Irma. The tropical storm brought huge destruction in the whole state, the hurricane also affected the neighboring state. The lives of hundreds of thousands of people will not be same after the massive natural disaster in the state.
A chainsaw-wielding nun from Miami has become the symbol of cleanup after Irma. An off duty police officer noticed Sister Margaret Ann she was doing the cleanup work and filmed.
On Tuesday, Miami-Dade Police Department posted her images and video from the scene. According to the police department, sister’s work is the another sign of post-hurricane cleanup.
The department wrote in the Facebook post, “One of our off duty officers was happy to find Sister Margaret Ann of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School pitching in by cutting trees to clear the neighborhood roadways.”
She is the principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School, which is located in the southwest of downtown Miami. On Wednesday, the Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School wrote on its Facebook page, “We are so blessed to have her and the Carmelite Sisters at our school. We are proud of the example they show for our students and other members of the community every day.”
A “chainsaw-wielding nun” is making headlines and drew the interest of the people across the world. Miami-Dade Police Department wrote in post, “As we recover from #HurricaneIrma, these acts of kindness remind us all that we are #OneCommunity in #MiamiDadeCounty! ”
The department wrote, “Thank you Sister and all of our neighbors that are working together to get through this! #MiamiDadeStrong”
In the interview with CNN on Tuesday, Sister told CNN, “The road was blocked, we couldn’t get through.” She said, “And I saw somebody spin in the mud and almost go into a wall, going off the road. So, there was a need, I had the means — so I wanted to help out.”