This program is 28 minutes long
(Staten Island: Cynthia McFadden) The small tragedies within the overall storm tragedy featured; scenes shown from Staten Island, New York City, where thousands are without power. [Residents Donna SOLLI, WOMAN, Mike ABRUZZO, MAN - lament their situation.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(East Rutherford, New Jersey: Ron Claiborne) The race against time for heat and light for the victims of the storm featured; scenes and photos shown of utility workers, the airlifting of vehicles, Alabama workers near Atlantic City, a crew on Long Island. [WOMAN, Long Island Power Authority Michael HERVEY, Alabama Power Brian LINDSAY, Long Island resident Lorelei WALTON- react to their situations.]
(Studio and New York: Diane Sawyer) The invisible world of senior citizens stuck in highrise buildings featured; scenes shown of Meals on Wheels and the anchor delivering food up long flights of steps and of the people. [Disabled woman CARMEN - comments on their situation.] [Nurse Rosita ORTIZ - works with the seniors.]
(Studio and New York: Diane Sawyer) A trip to the 79th Regiment Armory where the National Guard had generators loaned by Victoria's Secret shown.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The endless lines in New York City of gridlocked traffic and at gas stations shown.
(Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey: Alex Perez) People stuck in line after superstorm Sandy featured; scenes shown of people in line for gas for their generators, for gasoline for cars, in line for buses and cars in line. [MOTORIST - complains.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos) The endorsement of Obama by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and action being taken by Governor Chris Christie to help people vote discussed.
(Falls Church, Virginia: David Kerley) How to keep safe from falling trees during a storm presented; scenes and virtual view shown of houses hit by trees; details given about how winds can topple big trees. [Tree service manager Jeff FLIS- comments on trees.] [Arborist Peter ESSEFF- gives advice about trees and storms.]
(Palmdale, California: Nick Watt) How a 23-million-dollar lottery winner came to realize she had won the jackpot presented; scenes shown from Palmdale, California. [Store manager Ben SABI- remembers the woman.]