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Charlton residents feel they are forgotten by Feds

June 6, 2011
In The News

Springfield, Westfield and Brimfield are just some of the cities and towns that were devastated by the tornadoes in Central and Western Massachusetts. U.S. Congressman Richard Neal is urging the federal government to also pay attention to the damage in the last community hit by the tornado; Charlton.

 

Nearly a dozen homes along Denfield Road were hit. Roofs were ripped off, trees were torn right out of the ground and swingsets were strewn across yards.

 

Congressman Neal toured the damage on Monday. Along the way residents expressed that their small town is being forgotten by emergency officials.

 

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