Sea Lots residents complain about immediate help


Sea Lots residents claimed this morning that they received no “immediate” assistance from the relevant authorities after a massive fire destroyed more than a dozen homes in the depressed community on Tuesday.

“There are immediate things we need such as bottle water and small hampers and we have not been getting anything like that,” resident Joel Reid told Newsday.

“They gave us some forms to fill out to go down by Self Help and go from there. But in the meantime, what happens?”

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