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NY Residents Struggling to Recover from Superstorm Sandyi
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November 05, 2012 3:57 AM
Nearly a week after Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York City, power, mass transportation and clean water have been restored to most of Manhattan and much of the borough of Brooklyn. But elsewhere in New York, hundreds of thousands of people continue to suffer without electricity, heat and other essential services. VOA's Adam Phillips visited the Rockaway section of Queens, where storm victims are asking not "when" but "whether" their community will recover.

NY Residents Struggling to Recover from Superstorm Sandy

Published November 04, 2012

Nearly a week after Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York City, power, mass transportation and clean water have been restored to most of Manhattan and much of the borough of Brooklyn. But elsewhere in New York, hundreds of thousands of people continue to suffer without electricity, heat and other essential services. VOA's Adam Phillips visited the Rockaway section of Queens, where storm victims are asking not "when" but "whether" their community will recover.


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