posted on August 15, 2008
AARON VINCENT ELKAIM/TORONTO STAR
Evacuee Tony Testa expresses his anger at city officials for
not getting Downsview residents back into their homes quicker
after the Aug. 10, 2008 explosion at nearby Sunrise Propane.
Angry residents still waiting to go home displeased with the lack of information being provided by city
By: Daniel Dale
Published: August 13, 2008
Source: The Star
The people who had the pink pieces of paper were pleased. The people who did not were not.
Most of the people evacuated Sunday from the Downsview neighbourhood near Sunrise Propane were permitted to return to their homes by Monday night.
Passes distributed yesterday at Ancaster Public School allowed dozens more to bypass the police checkpoints on their streets.
Upon their returns, they checked for damage – several of them reported none or little – and delighted in simple pleasures: their own beds, their own bathrooms, their own comfortable clothes.