Online lost and found brings hope amid tragedy in Newfoundland town hit by Fiona

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Erica Ingram lost her home and just about everything in it when post-tropical storm Fiona hit the southwestern coast of the province. More than 75 homes in the town of 4,000 people were destroyed or severely damaged, Newfoundland MP Gudie Hutchings said earlier this week. Residents are snapping photos and posting them in a Facebook group aimed at reuniting people with things they lost.
Published 2 months ago · Newfoundland, United States

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Online lost and found brings hope amid tragedy in Newfoundland town hit by Fiona

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