Morristown woman braves the cold for Sandy victims

Berit Ollestad, of Morristown, is hoping to fill 145 tote bags to give to the children of Hugh Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights, one

Berit Ollestad, of Morristown, is hoping to fill 145 tote bags to give to the children of Hugh Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights.

Berit Ollestad, of Morristown, is hoping to fill 145 tote bags to give to the children of Hugh Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights. (2/17/13)

MORRISTOWN - A Morristown woman is camping out next to town hall in hopes of attracting attention and donations for Hurricane Sandy victims.

Berit Ollestad is hoping to fill 145 tote bags to give to the children of Hugh Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights, one of the hardest hit areas.

Ollestad is keeping warm with the help of Morristown firefighter, Nick Prizzi, who will stay with her all night.

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