By CBS3 Staff

AMBLER, Pa. (CBS) — Businesses in Ambler are making a five-figure donation to help victims in Ida’s aftermath. On Wednesday morning, a check for $34,500 was presented to the Upper Dublin Township Citizens Emergency Fund.

Businesses In Ambler Donate Thousands Of Dollars To Help Victims Affected By Ida's Aftermath


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The money was collected by Ambler Main Street businesses and Ambler Savings Bank.

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Upper Dublin Township was hit by an E-F2 tornado on Sept. 1 in Ida’s aftermath.

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An estimated 1,300 homes were damaged, as well as schools and some businesses.