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Hurrican Sandy

This 55 foot spruce tree did not survive the hurricane on Monday and pulled the electric and telephone wires off the side of our home when it fell.  It also damaged a Norway maple and the spruce tree next to it. Our power was restored on Wednesday night and phone service Thursday.  Yesterday all three trees were removed. What a stressful time.  Our local fire and police departments were awesome and put us on a priority list to get power back as soon as possible.  Sgt Violette was so kind and lent us his generator so we did not lose all the food in the fridges and freezer.  Our prayers go out to the thousands of folks in NY, CN, and NJ that suffered devastating loss.  Mother Nature was not kind this year.


One Response

  1. So glad you and your family are safe…but sad you had to have such damage.
    Thank God for our first responders! We couldn’t do it without them!

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