Remembering Superstorm Sandy One Year Later

Two medical professionals discuss the impact of the storm on New Yorkers.
2:37 | 11/01/13

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-- -- People like nursery -- Tito Ortiz one of the thousands of people who worked for visiting nurse service of New York. Checking on patients who have little food little water. No power. Seventeen stories later we knock on the door. Carmen -- and her daughter home about her daughter on -- walker who want to -- how you doing. Leave -- really. Is a little bit. They tell us this is there only water that's probably. Those guys they've also run out of batteries they used candles last night. That's it was when it was an act. I was doing and I think -- -- -- the world will be into the bathroom. And this girl's. I'm going to -- who Rosie death. Checks -- blood pressure take your temperature. Make sure she's all right. Now I think they -- they've come closer together. Helping each other around looking out -- each -- -- -- Primary concerns. At least -- it might. -- Thank. He would believe that the warden came rushing in any field I actually need to -- on top of those cars. And -- just -- -- just covered with water. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The program director for the innocent lives to six -- spots and -- eat -- work with the clients who have survived the storm. The hurricanes and storm. Fans are experiencing distress. When there's a single impact problem. -- lives -- turned upside down and sometimes you can't get back up. That's support services there -- -- normal stress responds with any disaster -- -- -- and your body goes into a boat to take care of that stress it's -- that. Dozens dissolved that your emotions in your physical. Being gets really. Impact so your sleep. Your -- your appetite. News find yourself being more irritable and find themselves easily angered -- easily startled.

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