SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - Sioux Falls City officials are asking residents to use caution when driving city streets.
Fire-Rescue Chief Jim Sideras says there are over 300 responders supporting debris removal efforts.
Sideras asks that drivers slow down and give crews room to work. He says they have cones out, they have trucks out, they have flashing lights, but a lot people are speeding around them. He says when you see those crews slow down, you might also be diverted around them. And, do not park by a debris pile, that slows the effort.
Sideras says safety is a top priority of the response and recovery operation.