VIDEO: ‘Traveling Trash Men’ converge on Baltimore, share before and after photos
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A group of sanitation workers who call themselves the “Traveling Trash Men” have converged on Baltimore in a bid to help clean up the city.
The men, numbering nearly a dozen and reportedly hailing from New York and Florida, are sweeping up streets and sidewalks and removing debris as part of “Operation Baltimore Cleanup,” which runs through Saturday.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I started seeing local videos from people who live here showing how bad it was and I couldn’t believe it,” John Rourke, one of the group’s members, told WBFF.
The report states that about 30 minutes after the group began to work in the neighborhood, people started coming out of their homes asking for garbage bags so they could help. SEE PHOTOS AND VIDEOS below:
‘Traveling Trash Men’ converge on Baltimore in bid to clean up the city: A group of sanitation workers who call themselves the “Traveling Trash Men” have converged on Baltimore in a bid to help clean up the city. https://t.co/gwbtYogzct
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