Monroe County Deputy Fire Marshal Craig Marston keeps watch on an air-curtain incinerator on Cudjoe Key. The incinerator is being used on an emergency basis to reduce the volume of Hurricane Irma vegetation debris.
Monroe County Deputy Fire Marshal Craig Marston keeps watch on an air-curtain incinerator on Cudjoe Key. The incinerator is being used on an emergency basis to reduce the volume of Hurricane Irma vegetation debris. Cammy Clark
Monroe County Deputy Fire Marshal Craig Marston keeps watch on an air-curtain incinerator on Cudjoe Key. The incinerator is being used on an emergency basis to reduce the volume of Hurricane Irma vegetation debris. Cammy Clark

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