Many homes remain flooded in Wayne

Residents in Wayne are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Irene.People living along Ryerson Avenue say they're unhappy with the response they have been

WAYNE - Residents in Wayne are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Irene.

People living along Ryerson Avenue say they're unhappy with the response they have been getting from town officials. Many have been living in their cars and on the street after the storm ravaged the area.

"I have two small boys and I'm seven months pregnant and no where to go," Wayne resident Cenise Ziegler said.

Piles of debris and belongings litter the street as many attempt to clean up what they can in the aftermath of the storm.

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