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Echoes of Sandy Still Remain

Justin Louis
Justin Louis

Hurricane Sandy blew through Ocean County 16 months ago. While our stories may not be in the news as much as they were before, those of us who are here every day know that there are still raw, open wounds from the disaster.

This past weekend I made a trip out to the Green Island section of Toms River to participate in a documentary film shoot.



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Mike Mazzucca March 05, 2014 at 01:13 PM
Great to see that people who've lost every thing continue to be exploited for everyone else's gain. Making a documentary is great for posterity but what about the lingering issues regarding the insurance carriers who have all the power to help people but would rather line their pockets with profits and deny claims. That is the real story, when will the media and it's shark frenzied colleagues print and publicize the real issues. A home can be rebuilt, a life can't. Emotional damage caused by the storm is nominal compared to the emotional scars as well as physical health issues for people fighting every day to survive and get reimbursed by carriers on their policies only to have flood carriers hold fast to their position on deny...deny ....and deny.
Sean Conneamhe March 05, 2014 at 05:56 PM
"Impeach Christie..."

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