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Government, Private Groups Active in Stricken New Jersey Citiesi
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Greg Flakus
November 08, 2012 2:25 AM
One of the New Jersey communities most affected by superstorm Sandy was the small city of Hoboken, just across the Hudson River from New York City, home to many people who work in the city and enjoy Hoboken's more relaxed environment. Much of the city was flooded during the storm, as were tunnels connecting Hoboken to New York by rail. Help is pouring into the area from both government and private agencies, as VOA's Greg Flakus reports from Hoboken.

Government, Private Groups Active in Stricken New Jersey Cities

Greg Flakus

Published November 07, 2012

One of the New Jersey communities most affected by superstorm Sandy was the small city of Hoboken, just across the Hudson River from New York City, home to many people who work in the city and enjoy Hoboken's more relaxed environment. Much of the city was flooded during the storm, as were tunnels connecting Hoboken to New York by rail. Help is pouring into the area from both government and private agencies, as VOA's Greg Flakus reports from Hoboken.


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