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Cleanup efforts from the May 26 tornadoes continued in earnest Monday for the public works departments of the cities of Champaign and Urbana.

Today is the last scheduled day for debris to be placed at the curb for pickup, though both cities said cleanup will continue for several more days.

"We're still in triage mode," said JEREMY SCHULTZ with the city of Champaign.

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Mike Goebel is managing editor of The News-Gazette. His email is mgoebel@news-gazette.com.