SEA ISLE CITY — The night Tracy Hottenstein died, there were tens of thousands of people in town visiting for Presidents Day weekend. The Polar Bear Plunge event she attended earlier that day saw a record attendance, and after the bars on Landis Avenue let out, the streets were packed.
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