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The worst of the storm has passed in the northeast now comes the clean up.
And the rebuilt and all of that takes time material and money.
Chief Washington correspondent James Rosen looks at the relief efforts.
Gonna be very larger spot -- covering multiple days.
The biggest thing I'm concerned about it is power outages it's not home.
Been made pretty -- The national.
Guard remembered -- here have been super James and Kimberley love and joins other dogs were among the 650 Delaware residents who took refuge Monday night in seven shelters the American Red Cross operates across the first state.
This the Delmarva station is a special needs facility offering not only a lively -- But emotional counselors nurses medical technicians and a full time physician.
Who treated refugees from hurricane sandy suffering from diabetes lung disease even traumatic brain injury and many of the people there in the -- for the last couple of days.
Would never been able to stay here had we not been here on Sandy's first night 250 Red Cross -- spread across sixteen states welcomes 111000 displaced persons.
And the nation's premier relief agencies served 25000.
Meals and snacks and 17100.
Red Cross workers and volunteers mobilized to help from as far away as you talk -- But the storm has also caused the cancellation of 300 Red Cross blood drives in fourteen states producing a shortfall of more than 9000 units of blood and platelet donations.
This was an enormous storm.
And it is required anymore -- effort on the Red Cross to answer the needs and we've -- -- but we now rely on the American public there.
Help us continue do that.
And probably the simplest way to do that is a financial contribution you can text the one word Red Cross to 90999.
And that will deliver a ten dollar donation or you can call 1800 Red Cross.
Or visit the agency's website Brett at Red Cross -- work important also important to give blood -- in this -- absolutely --
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