Colleen Feeney and Jack Feeney, 58, of Union Beach with an aid worker look over a neighbors photo album that they found at the fire house. The home they lived in with four of their five children at 725 Brook Avenue was destroyed by the storm. Now, they are returning to a Union Beach fire station on a daily basis on the chance that pictures, scattered throughout the town, may have been picked up and delivered to the station along with hundreds of others that have been found so far. (Tomas Dinges/ The Star-Ledger) Sent DIRECT TO SELECTS Sunday, November 04, 2012 14:34:05 3504 2336
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