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Flooded in Silverton: 'This Is Un-livable'

Holiday on the Bay residents have to deal with the effect of the storm surge filling their homes with over 3 feet of bay water.

Nick D'Anton, of Toms River, rented an apartment in the Holiday on the Bay complex for his family of 4. Now, they are facing the horrible aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Their home, now saturated with bay water, is un-livable. 

For their story, click the video, above.

 

For the latest Hurricane Sandy coverage from Toms River Patch visit our topic page here.

 

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cupcake mom November 01, 2012 at 06:55 PM
My sister lives in Green Island. She said she lost her car and back bedroom.
J. H. Ippolito November 02, 2012 at 11:46 AM
My brother has a house on Neptune Road. Does anybody has pics/info about that? Thank you - J. Ippolito
J. H. Ippolito November 02, 2012 at 11:47 AM
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Kristen November 04, 2012 at 09:12 PM
Hope Kevin L is ok?? Kristin
angela mills November 06, 2012 at 06:03 AM
I lived at holiday on the bay for 2 years and loved it so much. Also made it threw the sandy nightmare. Had to be rescued by boat and was so scared. Lost everything except a few clothes a tv.even the the things upstairs are ruinec just the smell in that place. I never want to be around sea water or smell it,, look.at it or be any where close to it. My son and myself and my 3 cats are safe and my prayers are with others going threw the same thing. I was in 377 apt 6

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