Volunteers Turn Out After Superstorm Sandy

A volunteer effort shows up on Staten Island to help residents clean up and rebuild.
3:00 | 11/13/12

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At its peak hurricane sandy reach 1000 miles across killed more than a hundred people in ten states. In knocked out power for eight point five million customers canceling nearly 20000 flights. But for New York ground zero with Staten Island. The that -- -- -- of Google people just the -- this. We'll wonderful autumn -- This weekend over 200 volunteers came out and support rebuilt Staten Island. To bring supplies -- the support and help the communities in the hardest hit areas. The organization we have this school rebuilds them islands on FaceBook -- the sex until the matter out there -- but we. Put it together it's again organized everyone that needed help and organize all the volunteers. And just get out there. The reason we -- that was because of lack of response from FEMA and the lakers' Boston Red Cross -- it's against our own hands. We'll be out -- this location or another location until we feel everybody has been taking care. There's been people from California from. Seattle from Florida immediately hit almost every. State out there and the supplies that are common and we have Fineman from Virginia -- -- here. So. If we continue to get that response which we've had in the past twelve days I could see that this hopefully will be almost been a better situation two weeks now.

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