Hurricane Sandy: Supplies You Should Have

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Hurricane Sandy has prompted people across the Northeast to stock up on food and survival items.

Here are the top items to stock up on before the storm hits:

Non-perishable food that can be eaten easily and without heat -- enough for a least three days

Bottled water (enough for at least three days), a least a gallon per person

Radio (hand crank or battery powered)

Flashlights

First-aid supplies

Wrench, tools to turn off utilities

Batteries, inverter or solar powered charger

Cleaning supplies, trash bags

Source: FEMA

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