Jeep club drove over 150 essential personnel to work during blizzard

     Two Jersey Shore Jeepers club members assisting a stuck ambulance during last week's blizzard. (Photo courtesy of Jersey Shore Jeepers)

    Two Jersey Shore Jeepers club members assisting a stuck ambulance during last week's blizzard. (Photo courtesy of Jersey Shore Jeepers)

    A Jersey Shore Jeep club provided an invaluable free service to the community during last Saturday’s blizzard.

    According to Jersey Shore Jeepers‘ Jonathan Canas, the club transported more than 150 doctors, caregivers, nurses, police officers, correction officers, and other emergency personal to their workplaces during the storm. 

    The group also performed “countless” assists, including dig-outs, tows, and push-outs.

    “On behalf of the Jersey Mobile Response, I would like to personally thank all of you for your help and giving the time to help our communities,” Canas said to his group. “This could not have been a success without the dedication and hard work of people like you.”

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