Sandy victims get RV in time for Christmas

Just in time for Christmas, the Napalo family is getting a temporary home as they rebuild their Union Beach home that was destroyed by Hurricane

The recreational vehicle will serve as a temporary home for the Napalo family as they rebuild

The recreational vehicle will serve as a temporary home for the Napalo family as they rebuild (12/24/12)

UNION BEACH - Just in time for Christmas, the Napalo family is getting a temporary home as they rebuild their Union Beach home that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

The Napalo family received a recreational vehicle (RV), donated by Blue Wave Printing Company in Toms River.

While the family is happy to finally have a stable place to live, many others across the area remain forced out of their homes and into hotels as they rebuild or wait for more permanent housing.

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