Volunteers rebuild Sandy-damaged home of Priscilla Weyant in Freeport

Priscilla Weyant has also been out of a

Priscilla Weyant has also been out of a job since the restaurant where she works was destroyed.

FREEPORT - Volunteers pitched in today to help out a Freeport family who has been struggling since Sandy hit in October.

Priscilla Weyant's home was destroyed in the storm and volunteers are rebuilding her house for free.

The mother of three has also been out of a job since Sandy because Otto's, the restaurant where she worked, was also destroyed. She also lost her husband in a boating accident a few years ago.

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Weyant says she's very fortunate that many people have come to her rescue and are helping her out.

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