A group of volunteers from Cape May County drove hours with truckloads and truckloads of clothes, toiletries and blankets for victims of Superstorm Sandy. The problem is the city of Hoboken is out of room for the stuff, so it wound up on the sidewalk.
A volunteer who helped unload the donations Sunday alerted Fox 5 that the stuff had been left outside on the sidewalk. When we went by to check it out Monday we found dozens of people picking through the goods and loading them up.
Some were directly impacted by the storm, others were not.
Volunteers weren’t sure what to make of it.
The Salvation Army sent a man with a truck to fill up.