San Antonio garbage men thank Kingwood Harvey victims

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Workers from San Antonio are thanking the Harvey victims they came to help.

So many messages of gratitude have been given to those who have helped since Harvey came through town.

But one group from San Antonio is flipping the script, and thanking the very people they helped.

Just days after Harvey hit, the city of San Antonio sent their own waste management crews to help with debris removal.

In a Facebook post, one of those workers says the last few weeks in the Kingwood area have felt like anything but work, writing that the community has been so gracious, bringing food, drinks and smiles to them as they cleaned the neighborhood.

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