Share Reflections of Hurricane Irene: One Year Later
Leave comments and upload photos of the storm that ravaged Morristown in August 2011.
The rains poured. The winds blew. Floodwaters crested the Whippany River, turning part of Martin Luther King Avenue and much of the surrounding area into a river. And, of course, the JCP&L substation went under.
Suffice to say, Hurricane Irene was not just another storm for Morristown.
As the one-year anniversary approaches, Morristown Patch is sharing the thoughts and insights of folks affected by the storm–the residents, businesses and those who had to head out and clean up the mess.
We have already looked at the "after," one year after our previous "before and after" photo series. Now, we want to hear from you.
If you have any thoughts or photos about Hurricane Irene, how it affected you, and how things are one year later, share them with us here.