NEPTUNE - People living on the 1300 block of Monroe Avenue saw red this morning as they woke up to a fourth day of unplowed roads in front of their homes.
News 12 New Jersey reporter Luke Margolis got a nearby contractor to come over with his front-end loader to help.
Barry Epstein, of Century Contracting, came to the rescue. "I was doing some private work down the street and when you came over to me, and asked me to help out, I figured I'd lend a helping hand for you," said Epstein.
Angelene Curry, who lives on the street, said, "It makes me feel good to know that people can help somebody without money being involved, because we're all in this world together and we all have to help each other."
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