Photos by domenick rafter | Posted: Thursday, November 1, 2012 10:30 am
George and Robin Molnar’s boat capsized in Hawtree Creek just behind their home on 99th Street. The storm surge reached over six feet, tossing their dock onto land.
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This was by far bad in every way but we all need to do what we can to make it better. As my basement was to flooded with 5 feet of water I understand how people could feel. To try and help people the only way I know how this is to try and offer my services of my company to help some how. Things are hard on all of us and money is always tight . But im willing to help any way I can to all the people of Howardbeach where I was born and raised. Reach out to me and let me see what I can do to help. Good bless everyone
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