Condo residents cope with aftermath of plane crash (MA)

On Friday, Jim Peyser and his wife, Diane Klein-Peyser, moved into the Residence Inn in Andover, their fourth temporary home since a small plane came crashing through the roof of their condominium building in Methuen on the last day of February.  The Residence Inn by Marriott Boston gives them a full kitchen and the space to bring more clothes and personal items over from their condo, which they haven’t been able to stay in since the crash. It’s an upgrade over the last place they stayed, but it’s still not home.    Read the article…………


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