Jun 9, 2016 12:00 AM
MANCHESTER — After nine cars were towed from the scene of the deadly 4-alarm fire in Manchester, victims feared they'd have to pay the towing fees to get their vehicles back.
But in a community effort, that changed.
The registered owners will be able to get their vehicles without paying for the towing, police said.
The tow companies that waived the fees were, Eastern Auto Body, Queen City Towing, Precision Towing, Auto City and Performance Towing.
"The collaborative effort solidifies the strong relationships formed with our business partners and city agencies," Lt. Brian O'Keefe said.
Majestic Motors Used Auto Parts will help the owners of the cars in transporting all of the vehicles.
The landlord at the apartment complex has given security deposits and June rent back to the victims in the fatal fire that claimed the lives of four.
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