Flooding doesn't ruin family's spirit

MONROE TOWNSHIP - Flooding forced the Jones-Cassino family to haul furniture and electronics ruined by water to the curb.

Everything the family could salvage is drying on the front lawn. The cleanup is projected to take months. Many are pitching in to help the family as they recover from the loss of many of their possessions.

Some people who are offering to help are total strangers, including young girls in the community who have been baking cookies and handing them out.

The family doesn't have flood insurance but they have seen an outpouring of support, which they are hoping will help them recover.

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