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Stuff like John it is a cool crisp sunny autumn day here in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn.
One week ago after this storm while most of the devastation is gone.
Water has receded much of the damage has been repaired there are still thousands and thousands of people who are suffering.
People who live in the -- public housing projects here they could not have electricity did not have water.
And are lacking food.
We talked to one woman -- -- -- over a short time ago.
And she explained to us that she like many others are now at the breaking point.
-- and -- like that.
In an apartment because they head out.
Can't always get I don't like -- is disgusting when you log and didn't think what a lot about pitch black is big them all away.
We can't do not being not pick up.
And we took a look at where she lived.
Very serious in fact dire this stairwells do not have emergency lighting we climbed attempt flights to her apartment.
There was debris every step of the way there -- human waste on the ground elevators of course not working there is no electricity.
Her apartment is now heated by her guests go to our neighbors are doing the same thing very dangerous situation.
People here say they have to get help and they have to get it soon.
Just moments ago I can report that the National Guard did arrive here.
I asked to speak to the commander in charge he says he is now on a walking toward -- and we're gonna pan around here and let you see for yourself we'll -- -- -- light stand.
Pulling up just a few moments ago the Red Cross they say they are now here to distribute meals but many of the people who live in Red Hook.
Brooklyn say they are in desperate need of help they say their -- have not been heard.
No indication from authorities how much longer they will have to live without power and water.
They would like the mayor to come here and see the damage for himself.
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