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The magnitude of the devastation still breathtaking pockets of Springfield ripped apart by mother nature.
People have been so.
Move by the late in games.
And stood up.
Governor Deval Patrick toward areas of the city Sunday where the stories of survival keep coming stories like David -- -- there's nothing left nothing.
127 Pennsylvania Avenue was his home now -- gaping hole and he lives to tell after right up front door.
The next thing higher member is being on my knees in the ground.
In my basement looking up at the sky in an instant 37 years -- wrapped up in thirty seconds and this is what's left.
It was just instantly gone everything.
And -- -- not a second there's some debris flying around.
And then it's over through the piles of debris he's been able to salvage his wallet computer and phone the little things putting this monster storm into perspective.
I didn't get hurt you know I've got like -- okay little blood in my ear making -- a bump here and there but.
He's good along with glimpses of inspiration back filled with money a note and helping hand and they raised a about a 150 dollars.
For me to help rebuild my house seven years old it's one story amongst hundreds -- the silver lining equals hope.
That's and a good ending to a story.
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