MORRISTOWN, NJ - Last night a strong storm blew threw Morristown. In an announcement, Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty thanked the Morristown Police Bureau, Fire Bureau and the Public Works Department.

"I wanted to personally thank the Morristown Police Bureau, Fire Bureau and Public Works Department for their fast action and response to some dire situations", said Dougherty. "There were flooded cars, traffic lights out, downed trees, debris strewn throughout town and flooded basements".

"Our team responded to all of them", he said.

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"The Fire Bureau worked well past midnight assisting with pumping out flooded basements and our Police Bureau worked to assist our most immediate emergency situations", Dougherty continued. "Our Public Works crew worked past many of their regular shifts to remove downed trees, limbs and debris from our roads, parks and municipal properties".

"The Morristown team is second to none and I am so grateful for their hard work and commitment to our community", he said.


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