Residents of Annapolis, Maryland, came together on Sunday morning, September 5, to clear debris from the streets of Parole after a tornado ripped through the area on Wednesday.
The Annapolis suburb was one of the hardest hit by a tornado, which had maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, as the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept through the region, according to local reports.
County Executive Steuart Pittman declared a local state of emergency on Thursday as clean-up efforts began.
This footage was shared on Facebook by the City of Annapolis on Sunday, who said more than 75 people showed up for a community event to clean up Parole. Credit: City of Annapolis via Storyful