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Trash collected after piling for weeks in Detroit neighborhood

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DETROIT (WJBK) - Trash was collected in one Detroit neighborhood after residents said the waste had been piling up for weeks.

Residents tell FOX 2's Amy Lange their garbage sat uncollected for about three weeks once the city switched routines.

FOX 2 contacted the Mayor's office. They said trash was supposed to be picked up on Friday but they missed part of the street.

They then sent someone out within the hour to collect the trash.

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