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Hurricane Sandy / New York, New Jersey / Aftermath #1033402

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 04, 2012
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(Democracy Plaza: Lester Holt) The long road to recovery after superstorm Sandy introduced.

(Highlands, New Jersey: Michelle Franzen) The plight of New Jersey and New York City residents displaced by the storm and the gasoline crisis examined; scenes shown of damages, the tour of New Jersey by Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, areas without power, Staten Island and burned -out Breezy Point, Queens. [In Highlands, New Jersey, Amber MOSKOWITZ‡, Mayor Frank NOLAN‡; in Union Beach, Cathy McCORMICK- cite their losses.] [NAPOLITANO - hopes for stable housing.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - promises gas will not run out.] [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG - worries about the cold weather.] [New York Governor Andrew CUOMO - thanks donors.] [Brooklyn diocese Bishop Nicholas DiMARZIO†- preaches in Breezy Point.]

Holt, Lester;
Franzen, Michelle

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