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Sandy Victims in Staten Island Get Help from Near and Fari
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Greg Flakus
November 04, 2012 11:06 PM
One of the places hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy last week was the New York City borough of Staten Island, where hundreds of homes were devastated when sea water flowed into low-lying neighborhoods near the shoreline. But as VOA's Greg Flakus reports from Staten Island, help is flowing in from near and far.

Sandy Victims in Staten Island Get Help from Near and Far

Greg Flakus

Published November 04, 2012

One of the places hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy last week was the New York City borough of Staten Island, where hundreds of homes were devastated when sea water flowed into low-lying neighborhoods near the shoreline. But as VOA's Greg Flakus reports from Staten Island, help is flowing in from near and far.


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