EATONTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make things better. That’s certainly true after superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of the Tri-State area.
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“I got my laundry done. Smell,” said Hope Kay of Eatontown on Monday. “Mmmm Mmm Mmmmm.”
She was one of many who stopped at Tide’s mobile laundromat in the Lowes parking lot on Route 35. It’s called “Loads of Hope.”
“We started out on Saturday and we have gotten over a thousand loads,” said a member of the disaster response team for Proctor & Gamble.READ MORE: With Tragic Shooting Of 2 Police Officers In Harlem, 5 NYPD Officers Have Been Shot In January
She also took in a load from Beverly Fontinella, whose Oceanport home was inundated with sand and water and ripped from its foundation.
“No heat, because our furnace was submerged in water. We have no appliances and no help,” Fontinella told WCBS 880 reporter Marla Diamond.
“But at least you have clean clothes?” replied Diamond.
“Yes. Yes, and for that, I’m thankful,” she said.
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They opened at 8 a.m. and will be there tomorrow as well. For laundry, there is a limit of two loads per family per day.