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In -- places that certainly are working towards recovery and there are a lot of others that are and still very difficult spot this is one of those neighborhoods that was hit so hard -- -- -- bill.
Isn't working class community -- more than 40000 people live here but this is.
Weber street hit very very hard the big appliances the toys every household item you can imagine -- been put out on the streets.
And one of the toughest things that happened here was that a lot of the foundations were washed out by the raritan river that came up and ended this neighborhood all the way -- -- the telephone lines.
And we've seen the -- out today really just collect.
-- -- some people's basements felt.
You know Molly we have -- for the bright spot throughout this entire ordeal if you were finding some there and what have you found.
Well and it isn't good news as I suppose -- across the state of New Jersey is that most of the power has come back on.
There -- some conflicting statistics out there is just how much of it is actually still out.
Yesterday afternoon state officials and said that -- 100000 people but -- still holes like this.
Could -- the -- pat on the door and the power won't be turning on until things can be fixed the foundation of this home has been washed out as well just like the neighbors next door Hudson.
Water damage and another bright spot -- -- -- most of the kids are able to get back in school about 99%.
To on nearly a 100%.
And the schools are back in -- in session and those that aren't the school officials are working to find another place of those kids and continue to try.
And get back to normal but their places like this that it's still going to be quite a -- -- Molly thank you Molly Line out there again today in new --
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