Residents Help Each Other After Sandy at Spontaneous Supply Center in Broad Channel, Queens | NBC 6 South Florida

Residents Help Each Other After Sandy at Spontaneous Supply Center in Broad Channel, Queens

Days ago, the American Legion hall in Broad Channel, Queens held 4 feet of water. On Friday, the dry building offered warm clothes, canned goods and a hot meal. Police brought in a generator to power lights, and local residents pitched in to help each other at the spontaneous supply center. Some people said they had been in touch with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but no one had spotted the Red Cross there. They said they could use more support as they recover from Superstorm Sandy. Marty Feeney, Tony Georges and Michael McLoughlin talked about the latest developments. Further south, in the Rockaways, Shep Rappaport said he plans on sticking it out at home no matter how cold it gets.

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