Phil Doucette of Ace Hardware at Gloucester Crossing replaces some flashlights and batteries Sunday afternoon. Doucette said that people came in and cleared out the rack that had flashlights, batteries, oil lanterns and fuel. Other items that sold quickly were, tarps, duct tape, bungee cords and candles.He also sold six generators.
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