Heavy wind and rain battered the local area overnight, taking down trees and power lines making for headaches for emergency response crews from across the region, the storms reminisces can be seen most along the coast of New Jersey and other coastal areas along the East Coast.
Travel restrictions remain in place and residents are encouraged to stay off the roads. Wind gusts are expected to continue throughout the day, but nothing like the sustained winds experienced overnight.Most local government is shut down today aside from public works and emergency personnel.
We opened late this morning due to a power outage at the office as well as the flooding of the Brandywine. The Brandywine however, has lowered but is expected to crest again around 6pm tonight. If you are out traveling make sure to stay safe and for any insurance related claims due to Hurricane Sandy contact us today! http://www.kimberleyvassal.com
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