Let the clean-up begin

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Volunteers carry a bucket full of mud during a clean-up drive after floodwaters receded from Bangkok, Saturday, Nov. 19. Hundreds of city workers, police, army personnel and civilian volunteers have been working to dig out the mud from previously flooded areas in the Big Mango. The situation has improved dramatically in recent days and cleanup has begun in many areas, though some still face weeks more under water. The government said 17 provinces remained flooded Sunday. They also said Sunday that the death toll has reached 602, the majority from drowning. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Volunteers carry a bucket full of mud during a clean-up drive after floodwaters receded from Bangkok, Saturday, Nov. 19. Hundreds of city workers, police, army personnel and civilian volunteers have been working to dig out the mud from previously flooded areas in the Big Mango. The situation has improved dramatically in recent days and cleanup has begun in many areas, though some still face weeks more under water. The government said 17 provinces remained flooded Sunday. They also said Sunday that the death toll has reached 602, the majority from drowning. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri) Volunteers carry a bucket full of mud during a clean-up drive after floodwaters receded from Bangkok, Saturday, Nov. 19. Hundreds of city workers, police, army personnel and civilian volunteers have been working to dig out the mud from previously flooded areas in the Big Mango. The situation has improved dramatically in recent days and cleanup has begun in many areas, though some still face weeks more under water. The government said 17 provinces remained flooded Sunday. They also said Sunday that the death toll has reached 602, the majority from drowning. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)