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Ocean City collects residents' tales of how Sandy affected their lives

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Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 12:01 am

"We did not believe at 82 years old, we would have to rebuild our lives," said Ocean City resident Paul Anselm, speaking on his and his wife, Ruth's, experience in dealing with Hurricane Sandy. "Yes we had a plan. We evacuated 42 hours in advance, we had all our things dumped on a flash drive from our computer, and we had all our records, our wills, with us. But I've got news for anybody in any business whatsoever: There is no plan that could have prepared you for the Hurricane Sandy effect. Mentally, physically or morally, you cannot plan for a Hurricane Sandy."

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