Rich and Brenda Bass Janice
Brenda Bass Janice and her husband, Rich Janice, of Atlantic City, sit surrounded by the things they had to throw out after Hurricane Sandy. Trumpets were one of the few things Brenda, a musician, saved.
Miguel Vasquez carries a pot of hot water for bathing to the second floor Saturday. The family has been without hot water since Hurricane Sandy struck on Oct. 29.
Jared and Sarah Lenko
Jared and Sarah Lenko take a break from cleaning out their soggy Ocean City house on Bay Avenue. ‘We were always just waiting for something more to come,’ she says.
Jennifer Moros’ home in the Fortescue section of Downe Township, severely damaged by Sandy’s flood and winds, will be fixed as the family did after the ’62 storm.
Juan and Carolyn Fontanes
Most of Juan and Carolyn Fontanes’ belongings were ruined by the hurricane.
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