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Here We Go Again!

Published on 10/26/2012
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Here we go again another year of a devastating storm coming to get us. Last year in August 1 week from moving to our new home we got hammered by Hurricane Irene. This weekend everyone in the States of New Jersey, Deleware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and all the way into New York are preparing for the worst. This is a huge and dangerous storm. Last year with Hurricane Irene no one took it serious. It turned out to be devastating and some people had even died. Most being swept away from rising flood waters. Some think their cars will make it through a flood and you have no idea when the waters are going to rise. Even after the threat of the rain and winds are over there are still many dangers. 2 people died a day after the storm was gone. One got sucked into a drain when he was on a job for a resident pumping water from their yard. Another person, a teenage, boy thought it would be cool to jump over a parted lake where the dam had damage and then the waters came in and took him away. There were tornadoes all over and when they announced a tornado in our town we had lost our power for hours already and we had to retreat to the basement. We live in the woods with 10 acres of trees around us. It is very scary when you have no idea what is coming. My Grandmother, 88 last year, told me to take my children and go down the basement that she wasn't going she was to old to make it down the stairs. She put my whole family in danger wasting time pleading for her to stay upstairs. It was a scary night but of course we made it. So now we are getting a direct hit from Hurricane Sandy. It is a huge storm moving very slow and will definetly give us alot of damage. They are projecting that it may turn into a tropical storm which can be worse than a hurricane itself. The winds last longer and are in a wider span and will do a lot of damage. If you are in the path of this storm please take it serious and please be prepared. Make sure you have enough food and water and make sure it is food that don't require power to cook. Make sure you have a working generator and plenty of gas and always make sure that your car has a full tank of gas. Bring in any lawn objects and tables and chairs that can become dangerous objects flying thru the air. Please keep your children inside. Last years hurricane killed a little boy when a tree fell on him. I have no idea why anyone would let there child play in the yard while a hurricane is going on out there. Good luck to anyone in this storms path and please make sure you have all the supplies that you need just in case you have a power outage. Please stay away from high water and please don't try to drive thru it. Stay home and don't venture out and for goodness sake do not drive to the shore. It is much for dangerous there. Beautiful to see, that is why many make the trip. Your Friend, Dawn Meyers (215)301-1323
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