Chainsaw-wielding nun clears debris from Irma


Sister Margaret Ann, of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School was seen cutting a fallen tree in her southwest Miami-Dade County.

Miami-Dade police released the video on their Facebook page, thanking the nun and the rest of the community for their help in the wake of Irma.

In less than 24-hours, the department's video had garnered more than 500,000 views and a lot of love in the comments.

Sister Margaret Ann didn't even change out of her habit as she took to a fallen tree with gusto.

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One person said: 'I mean hey.gotta admit nuns [sic] are cool!' So she found a chainsaw and got to work.

"There was a need", she said.

"As we recover from Hurricane Irma, these acts of kindness remind us all that we are one community in Miami-Dade County!" they said. Cleaning up areas hit by a storm is a very hazardous task, especially when working with chainsaws. This risky task should be conducted with huge care and handled with precautions because it might also include the risk of encountering fallen wires and electrical fires.