Cleaning Up After the Storm

By: Cathleen Moxley Email
By: Cathleen Moxley Email

It was a busy day for folks trying to pick up the pieces from Tuesday night's storm.

Along with some street flooding, the storm also brought down several trees and power-lines, leaving hundreds in the dark.

Wednesday, many were out cleaning up the debris that mother nature left behind, but some say it's not going to be an easy fix.

"I can't even get to work because my truck, well it's totaled, and I really need to get back to work the way the economy is anyhow, Mike Wittekind said after a tree fell on his truck.

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  • by Concerned Location: Belpre on Jun 3, 2009 at 11:55 PM
    Why don't you let them live with you until things settle? At least let the kids stay. I bet Larry likes the way you tell everyone he had to use the bathroom. You make a brother proud!
  • by wendy Location: goodwin on Jun 3, 2009 at 03:24 PM
    My brother, his wife and their three kids are homeless after the storm. They are not getting help from any of the support systems that are in place. Red Cross put them up in a hotel last night and tonight is the last night for that. They have been told that Sorry that is all we can do. THEY ARE HOMELESS! I thank God that Larry decided to get his bike before the storm and that he did not wait until after because what he didn't tell on TV is that he had to use the bathroom and had he waited to get his bike he would have been in that bathroom. So, I BEG anyone out there who can help please do so. My brother and his wife were to upset to be on camera so the full story was not told. They have nowhere to live and after tomorrow they have no help.
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