The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began the removal of debris from private property, Friday, June 17, in tornado-damaged areas of Joplin, Mo. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is in Joplin, Mo. managing the removal of debris left in the wake of an EF5 tornado that struck, May 22. With the Public Right of Way debris removal mission well underway, the mission will now focus on helping residents clear their property. Corps public affairs specialist Sara Goodeyon reports. The Corps is providing oversight of the debris removal mission in Joplin as assigned by FEMA. This is audio only with a graphic logo; no footage.