The Coast Cleans Up After Cruisin' the Coast

The Gulf Coast cleans up after a record-breaking year for Crusin' the Coast. (KXLN Univision 45)
The Gulf Coast cleans up after a record-breaking year for Crusin' the Coast. (KXLN Univision 45)
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Updated: 10/14/2013 7:31 pm
It was a record breaking year both for vehicles and spectators. Now it's time to clean up. Today, cities have been hard at working getting things back to normal, from taking down tents to loading up hundreds of barriers. The cleanup will be rather time consuming. Crews started early this morning and will be working all day. Thankfully, what cleaning crews aren't seeing is a lot of is trash and clutter from the cruisers. Sgt. Damon McDaniel of the Traffic Division of the Gulfport Police Department says, “Pretty much the cruisers cleanup on their own. I mean, we're talking about an adult crowd, a senior adult crowd for the most part and they pretty much clean up after themselves. That pretty much wasn't a problem. It's only going to be things that we laid out logistically like barricades and things like that”.
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