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New York, New York / Hurricane Sandy / Power #1033839

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The anger in New York City over the lack of electrical power two weeks after superstorm Sandy examined; photos and video shown from the Rockaways in Queens and other parts of Long Island; details given about complaints against the Long Island Power Authority. [Several RESIDENTS - complain about LIPA and the power outage.] [In CNN interview, Ocean Village property manager Michael PRUSH†- avoids questions about why the power is still out.] A statement from Governor Andrew Cuomo and LIPA's statement quoted.

(New York: Deborah Feyerick) The impact of the storm on the Rockaways featured; scenes shown from the area hospital. [St. John's Episcopal Hospital vice president Sharon BEHAR†- likens it to a war zone at the hospital.] [Hospital's Dr. Rajiv PRASAD†- sums up the hospital's problems.] [Hospital COO Rick BROWN†- comments on the Medicare payment system.] [Patient Jose MARTINEZ†- recounts his story.] [Hospital chaplain Cecily Broderick GUERRA†- talks about the hospital finances.] The question of whether Medicare or FEMA will reimburse the hospital for storm patient care discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Feyerick, Deborah

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