She stood there, beside the others she came with. The crowd shuffled and moved around them. Some even hopped back into the wagon they came in, and left. Everything seemed to have a place, and the new workers would simply replace the others. They could have just as easily joined in, but the faces of the others made it seem like they came with something specific in mind. The woman that formerly sat beside her smiled, waving them all to follow her. Without much else to go on, there really was no reason to deny her lead. She knew something they didn't.
The walk would lead them down the roads of the city, away from the crowd, only to lead to what seemed to be remains of rubble. Though, looking closer, the ruins seemed less from the destruction of a beast, and more from man. The woman would explain it, leading to a stack of lumber laid long before they arrived. This area of the town was the slums, and one of the few areas left untouched. But unlike the spared places, it was in need of dire attention.
Without fight or fuss from the men, they would begin to moving and placing the lumber. Most of it cut and measured beforehand. She herself would take to dismantling some of the more weathered abandoned structures. Taking a hammer in hand, she got to work.