A Florida nun made a decision to forego divine intervention this week, instead picking up a chainsaw to join the clean-up efforts following Hurricane Irma.
"The road was blocked, we couldn't get through, and I saw someone spin in the mud and nearly ... go off the road", Sister Margaret told CNN.
The chainsaw-toting sister is seen cutting into a tree that fell during the storm.
A 30-year education veteran from Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School in West Kendall, Florida, Sister Margaret Ann knew of a chainsaw in her school's closet, so she thought nothing of ripping into a downed tree blocking a road.
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In an interview with CNN, Sister Margaret Ann told host Erin Burnett why she chose to pitch in. Thank you to all of our neighbors that are working together to get through this! "That's what I wanted to do".
"There was a need", she said. Some of the alumni from our school saw what I was doing, they recognized the habit and the sisters, so they came to help out, she said.