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The Cleanup Continues

Downed trees getting the trim treatment two week after Sandy.

Throughout the Greater Red Bank area, the cleanup continues two weeks after Hurricane Sandy landed in New Jersey. In both Red Bank and Shrewsbury, tree removal experts were hard at work, using tall bucket trucks and even a 50-foot crane to dismantle a large hurricane-damaged tree.

Power to nearly all residents and business has been restored. As of 1:30 p.m. Monday, Jersey Central Power and Light was reporting that 23 Red Bank customers remained without power. In Shrewsbury, the number of impacted customers was less than five.

Julie Kirsh November 14, 2012 at 01:33 AM
Ed, The DPW and other crews are doing a great job with the cleanup in Shrewsbury, where I live. Saw yet another crane on Broad St. on Sunday. We finally got power 3 a.m. Monday morning ... after 15 days, and were the "remaining nine" left in Shrewsbury in the area of Shadowbrook Road and Queen Anne Drive ... the "last men (and women and children!) standing" in the entire town!
Sheila Graham November 14, 2012 at 11:47 AM
You go, Kirsh ladies! I don't know how you did it, but you did!

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