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While most people were running for cover during Sunday's violent windstorm, Todd Gammon and his crew were out hauling off tree limbs as they fell down.
Gammon, who owns Gammon Tree Service, got his first call shortly after noon on Sunday - just as the wind began to gust.
"As soon as it [the storm] hit, my phone started ringing," he said. "And we worked right through that storm."
Since Sunday, Gammon and his crew of six have been putting in 13-hour days - working from dawn till dusk - and will likely stay at this pace for at least two more weeks.
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