This program is 28 minutes long
(Seaside Heights, New Jersey: Terrell Brown) The rebuilding and reopening in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, after Hurricane Sandy featured; scenes shown from along the pier where the new boardwalk is under construction and of the storm damages. [Project manager Lou CIRIGLIANO- talks about the weather and now being 50 percent ready to go.] The hurricane forecast noted. [Spicy Cantina bar and grill owner Wayne CIMARELLI- hopes we can just pay bills this summer.]
(San Antonio: Gary Cooper) The flooding in San Antonio from heavy rains featured; scenes shown of vehicles submerged and a trapped man on a roof. [Flood victim Alexander GARZA - describes what happened.]
(Washington: Chip Reid) The collision of two freight trains in Missouri featured; scenes shown of the wreckage that damaged an overpass. [Witness Wayne WOODS- describes what happened.] The May 17 train collision in Bridgeport, Connecticut, recalled and shown.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) More arrests in Britain in the murderous attack on a soldier, Lee Rigby, in London featured; scenes shown from the attack site that has become a shrine; details given about the attackers Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale and the backlash attacks against Muslims. [Friend Abu MUSABA- says they asked if he wanted to work for them.]
(Moore: Vinita Nair) Rebuilding in Moore featured; scenes shown of the home wreckage in 1999 and 2013. [Moore resident Paul PHILLIPS - says Moore is home.] [Stepson Jason PHILLIPS - comments.]
(Seaside Heights, New Jersey: Jim Axelrod) An interview held with brothers John and Mike Garofolo, of Harvey Cedars Shellfish Co., about getting ready for the short tourist season in Long Beach, New Jersey, after Hurricane Sandy presented; scenes shown from their restaurant on the barrier island Jersey shore where the reporter worked in his youth. [GARIFOLDIS - says we are gearing up for Memorial Day business; states we are resilient.]
(New York: Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson) The role of therapy dogs helping victims of disasters and the sick featured; scenes shown. [Good Dog Foundation of New York Moschell COFFEY- talks about the dogs.] [Cancer victim actor Darren KELLY - says the dogs are medicine.] [Nurse practitioner Catherine CONCERT- talks about the dogs lowering anxiety.]