Long lines in CT for FEMA aid to Irene victims
NEW HAVEN (WABC) -- In Connecticut, there are dozens of people still looking for relief following Hurricane Irene.
Residents had until Tuesday afternoon to sign up for federal assistance.
The line ran around the block in New Haven.
Some people waited in line all day long to get help.
Qualifying low-income residents received up to $200 in food stamps.
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