Hazlet residents say they were stood up by FEMA

Some Hazlet residents say they were flooded out because a drainage pipe wasn't properly maintained. They were told the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would

HAZLET - Some Hazlet residents say they were flooded out because a drainage pipe wasn't properly maintained. They were told the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would visit their homes this afternoon.

Hazlet Mayor Scott Aagre explained that FEMA officials wouldn't be able to make it, but many are still hopeful that help will come.

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