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Ahwatukee places collection bins for monsoon debris

PHOENIX — The city of Ahwatukee has placed more than 20 large containers for residents looking to dispose of debris from a large monsoon that blew through Monday.

The bins are intended for plant waste only. The city said the bins will be picked up on Wednesday.

A full list of the bin locations is below. Those who are in need of a bin can call (602) 262-7251.

• 46th Street and Woodland Drive

• 46th Street and Frye Road

• 42nd Street and Frye Road

• 31st Street and Liberty Lane

• 29th Street and Liberty Lane

• 41st Place and Silverwood Drive

• 42nd Street and Glenhaven Drive

• 37th Way and Briarwood Terrace

• 16654 S. 36th Way

• 38th Place and Nighthawk Lane

• 36th Place and Cedarwood Lane

• 34th Street and Cedarwood Lane

• 32nd Place and Ashurst Drive

• 32nd Place and Wildwood Drive

• 33rd Street and Muirwood Drive

• 38th Street and Hidden View Drive

• 38th Way and Hidden View Drive

• 38th Place and Wildwood Drive

• 37th Way, north of Lakewood Parkway

• 39th Street and Hidden View Drive

• 36th Place and Saltsage Drive

• 36th Street and and Wingsong Drive

• 36th Street and Ashurst Drive

• 34th Street and Mountain Vista Drive

• 33rd Place and Woodland Drive

• 3313 E. Desert Trumpet Road

• 3432 E. Desert Broom Way

The wind was so severe during the storm that it knocked down the scoreboard at Desert Vista High School’s football field. The National Weather Service said that a microburst over the area brought winds as high as 90 mph.

KTAR’s Bruce St. James said a semitruck was blown over on Interstate 10 and there was nearly zero visibility on I-10 near Pecos Road and that some freeway signs were down.