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Community has now lost twenty -- superstores in the after another victim another body was found last night in -- home.
Behind me one -- six debris dumping stations in Staten Island and to many it just looks like rubble but to residents here.
This is like is they know it crashed into a million pieces.
If you hopeful for my neighbor and four other people could jump jumping out from Dan.
How is this next -- trying to save their lives and down score with state and I think they see their lives young people elderly people passed -- -- They followed a lot of dead animals and human beings in the swarmed over the ages -- -- -- So it's it's not a safe -- to stay.
Svetlana -- -- that owns one of hundreds of homes on Staten Island that.
Has been red tagged meaning she isn't allowed to even step inside destroyed to the point that it's a safety hazard.
More than 4000 had yellow tags meaning they have significant damage entry limitations are specified.
Grassroots volunteer groups are leaving a large footprint around the region and makeshift donation centers are popping up throughout the hardest hit areas.
Volunteers are plugging the holes critics say the federal government and the Red Cross.
The forgotten that bill.
On Thursday when I heard they found those two little kids with a two year on the forty year old but I.
I couldn't stay home anymore -- watched TV anymore -- put -- baguette sandwiches together.
And cut as the Warner -- -- the community and we helped.
New York -- is a 162000.
Applications have come in 260.
Rather million dollars already in the hands of New Yorkers.
26 disaster recovery centers or DRCs are in place and they say more are coming with food water Blake gets voted Internet access and information.
A lot of people here feel desperate it's been two weeks -- feel like there's anything you could have done better.
You know on this saves self critique and the -- on the focus on what am I get done today what do they get done tomorrow what I had done over the next couple weeks.
Reminiscent of the 1970s gas rationing and police monitoring the -- in New York seems to be helping somewhat with the hours long lines.
The odd even license plate calendar -- system was put into place yesterday -- FEMA is try to help us get the word out to.
-- storm ravaged victims this phone number 18613362.
Homeland Security secretary didn't know volatile is expected to tour the area -- meet with multiple agencies here tomorrow.
And the president is expected to be here on Thursday.
Here's Florida just gonna quickly asked them to leave the number up all you and I finish talking here for just a second and I I want to ask you do they have enough of what they need out there.
You know you were talking about this disaster trailers those mobile homes that they're bringing in is there enough.
Police spoke with an assembly woman earlier -- she said one of the biggest things they still need.
As blanket -- people warm you know the temperatures have.
Have actually got up today and well tomorrow as well but it's still chilly out here and a lot of these people are concerned about looting and don't want to leave their homes there and.
Boy I tell you think that we learned a lot of lessons from Katrina but this is hard to watch and equipment thank you very much.
And this coming -- fox.
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