Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun
July 3, 2012
Tony Sartori shows how he has been trying to keep cool since the storm of Friday night knocked out the power all along Gittings Ave, and knocked down a large tree on his house. He said his mother would always take a wet cloth in the summer, when he was growing up in Baltimore, and cool him off, either by putting it on his neck or washing his face with it; which he now does several time a day. Tony said the water is just too cold for him to take a shower.