Anwar's Reflections -- a Trentonian affiliate-- was on hand to capture the aftermath of the storm. Trenton's mayor, Tony Mack, held a press conference Sunday afternoon at a West Ward firehouse. He and other city officials were on site to give concerned citizens updates on what they were doing to address the aftermath of the storm.
Fire Department Director Qareeb Bashir said he and the emergency department have added additional personnel on the street and have deployed four different squads to cover the city's four wards. He went on to say that, "We have major flooding in the Ferry Street section of South Trenton and major flooding around the Mulberry Street area. People are actually being rescued, but we're on top of it".
Mayor Mack told onlookers that he and his staff were doing everything in their power to make sure everyone has access to information regarding the flooding incident. City Council President Kathy McBride said that city residents could call a central phone number to report any concerns they experienced.
Each individual I spoke to said that the police department did a good job when it came to letting people know they need to evacuate the area.
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