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Community groups help to bridge aid gap for Ida victims

Clip: 01/27/2022 | 3m 53s

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Residents displaced by Tropical Storm Ida are still trying to get back on their feet. Many have found that aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency only goes so far, and they have relied on community groups for additional financial help. Statewide, FEMA has approved 44,008 individual assistance applications in New Jersey related to the storm, for a total of $224.4 million.

Aired: 01/27/22 | Rating: NR

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