Southeastern Connecticut has had its share of disasters over the years. Many residents will recall Hurricanes Sandy and Irene, and many will also remember the fatal crash on I-95 in 2007. Other tragedies include the Van Tassel fire on April 3, 1962, that claimed the lives of four firefighters, and the shipwreck of the City of New London steamer in 1871. Get the book that captures the wide array of calamities that have struck our area and the indomitable spirit of our community to rise when needed.
Supply will be limited, so reserve your copy of “When Disaster Strikes: Shipwrecks, Storms and Other Calamities in Southeastern Connecticut” today!
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