300 volunteers help clean up in Toms River

Toms River residents devastated by Superstorm Sandy received help cleaning up Sunday from hundreds of volunteers.The World Mission Society Church of God sent 300 volunteers

TOMS RIVER - Toms River residents devastated by Superstorm Sandy received help cleaning up Sunday from hundreds of volunteers.

The World Mission Society Church of God sent 300 volunteers to the area to help families clean out damaged homes and businesses.

The church group says it's been volunteering in communities in New York and New Jersey since the day after Sandy struck.

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