Inside a Gov't disaster shelter: "You could see your breath"Submitted by goldenequity on Fri, 11/09/2012 - 11:48
Sotelo was part of a contingent shifted on Wednesday to this makeshift tent city in the parking lot across Oceanport Avenue from Monmouth Park.
“Sitting there last night you could see your breath,” said Sotelo
Welcome to the part of the disaster where people start falling through the cracks.
No media is allowed inside the fenced complex, which houses operations for JCP&L’s army of workers from out of the area. The FEMA website indicated on Monday that there had been a shelter for first responders, utility and construction workers to take a break, although the compound now contains a full-time shelter operated by the state Department of Human Services.
what Sotelo’s identification tag calls “Camp Freedom,” more closely resembles a prison camp.