Workers break down stage, remove trash from J. Lo concert

The J. Lo concert may be over, but the task of cleaning up from the festivities has just begun. Organizers say it takes a lot

Organizers say it takes a lot of

Organizers say it takes a lot of manpower to put on a show.

THE BRONX - The J. Lo concert may be over, but the task of cleaning up from the festivities has just begun.

Organizers say it takes a lot of manpower to put on a show, and it takes just as much effort to break a concert down.

Workers say the rain has made their job a bit harder as they worked on disassembling J.Lo's main stage in the slippery conditions.

Workers also have to remove the lines of portable toilets, metal barriers and trash left by the crowd of more than 25,000.

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