Primera Woman Aggravated over Recovery Efforts on Damaged Home
PRIMERA – The streets are slowly drying out, making people anxious to start their recovery process.
Sandbags were not enough for a Primera family to stop water from seeping into their home.
“Where to put all this trash? I have no idea. It's, like, no help whatsoever. They are telling me until Saturday, but it just the trash,” said Nilda Leal. “I am so stressed out. I am aggravated. I am trying to help my sister. Something has to be done.”
Primera officials tell CHANNEL 5 NEWS anyone in the recovery stage can place their trash in front of their yards; fines will be waived.
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