Hurricane Sandy devastated many parts of the city. Staten Island was hit especially hard. Steve Silva brings us the story of how one man’s basement was destroyed, and how the community came to his help.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 6th, 2012 at 11:10 pm. It is filed under Featured, Multimedia, Staten Island, Uncategorized, Video and tagged with Hurricane Sandy, Staten Island, Steve Silva, Tottenville.
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Dear Ernie My eyes are full of tears because I am so happy for you. I am happy that all of your kindness, your thoughtfullness, your generosity, your spirit, your dynamic personality, your good nature towards others has paid off. God was watching you and you were chosen to be the lucky one. You were blessed. You were guided to make the right decision and leave your home and just wait for the unexpected. You’re a God-loving person and you were rewarded through strangers from Him. You are experiencing the unthinkable; death of your neighbor, flooding, destruction, devastation in so many ways. You’re amazing and you were bleseed by His Amazing Grace. I pray every day for you and Dawn and Raisley to help you get through this disaster. I can’t stop thinking what you guys have been through and all the people in your community. We all are still in shock like so many people, who didn’t expect this Superstorm’s destruction. I can’t express my feelings any other way to tell you that you were the chosen one. We love you guys so much and wish you all the best with everything. Keep your spirits up. Don’t look back. Keep looking forward. It’s going to be alright. You’ll get through this. I know it’s tough, real tough, and I’m crying again because of the pain you guys are in. I love you and pray for all of you several times a day and all of these suffering people who have been severely affected by the bitch named Sandy. <3 Jody
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