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Chainsaw-wielding nun helps with Hurricane Irma clean-up 

A nun with a chainsaw has been praised for pitching in to help her local community rebuild following Hurricane Irma. Kind-hearted Sister Margaret Ann was seen cutting up a tree which had fallen down on a road in storm-hit Florida. Sister Margaret said of her kind actions: “Do what you can to help other people, don’t think of yourself.” The Miami Dade police shared the footage on Facebook, explaining: “One of our off duty officers was happy to find Sister Margaret Ann pitching in by cutting trees to clear the neighbourhood roadways.
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