Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Live updates on Sandy

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  1. NYGovCuomo
    Stay out of any building if you smell gas, floodwaters remain or your home was damaged by fire & authorities have not declared it safe

  2. A photo from @TheAtlanticWire
  3. Breezy Point, New York devastated by  (Credit: Frank Franklin II, AP)
  4. FEMAregion3
    Stay alert for extended rainfall and subsequent flooding even after the hurricane or tropical storm has #Sandy

  5. twc_hurricane
    Cincinnati --> RT @heathertungate7: First snowfall of the year courtesy of #Sandy.
  6. NYGovCuomo
    If you cannot return home & have immediate housing needs. Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362 (4FEMA) to find the nearest shelter #Sandy

  7. NYGovCuomo
    Entrance to Hugh Carey Tunnel (formerly the Brooklyn Battery) off West Street
  8. NBCPhiladelphia
    Biggest Challenge ahead? Gov. Corbett: restoring power to all of #Pennsylvania. #Sandy
  9. GovChristie
    The Garden State Parkway is now open but over 200 other state roads remain closed. Don't drive unless you absolutely have to. #Sandy
  10. USNationalGuard
    This morning, nearly 7,500 #NationalGuard #Soldiersand #Airmen are on duty in CT, DE, MA, MD, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI & VA. #Sandy

  11. lisafleisher
    Here comes the sun! View from the beach/boardwalk in#AtlanticCity #sandy #bluesky(ish)
  12. NYCMayorsOffice
    Please stay inside and stay safe. Tree limbs and downed wires are very dangerous. #Sandy

  13. twc_hurricane
    Latest satellite/radar view of the expansive Superstorm#Sandy.

  14. Superstorm #Sandy washes up tanker onto New York's Staten Island. Photo via @GMA

  15. mcharlesworth7
    Boats chopped to bits in Staten Island in Clifton area. So much damage! #SandyABC7

  16. ewrun
    Photo of the Space Shuttle bubble down on the Intrepid.#sandynyc #nbc4ny
  17. NYCMayorsOffice
    If you have water coming out of your faucet, it is safe to drink. #Sandy
  18. RedCross
    Nearly 11,000 people spent Monday night in 258@RedCross shelters across 16 states. #Sandy
  19. "The amount of flood damage is unbelievable," Conn. Gov. Dannel Malloy says on TODAY.
  20. ""I think the losses will be almost incalculable... We are going to get significant federal assistance," N.J. Gov. Chris Christie says on TODAY. "New Jersey is a tough place. We will recover from this."
  21. GovChristie
    The devastation on the Jersey Shore is some of the worst we've ever seen. #Sandy
  22. GovChristie
    I want to thank the President personally for all his assistance as w recover from the storm.
  23. Washington D.C. metro will remain closed on Tuesday morning, with word coming later in the day as to when it could reopen.
  24. wmata
    Crews are out assessing storm damage. No Tuesday AM bus/rail service, we’ll update the remainder of the service day, later today. #wmata
  25. President Obama declares a "major disaster" in parts of N.Y., clearing the way for federal funding to affected areas and individuals, the White House says.
  26. Update: Nearly 2 million people in N.Y. alone are without power.
  27. NYGovCuomo
    #NYS POWER #OUTAGE report 6am: 1,943,572 NYers wout power from #Sandy
  28. Flood waters top a levee in northern N.J., inundating three towns with 4 to 5 feet of water, WNBC reported. Thousands may need to be rescued, Bergen County police chief told CNN.
  29. Powerful images of the damage caused by the storm are coming in from as the East Coast wakes up on Tuesday morning. 

  30. amysrosenberg
    Pieces of broken Atlantic City Boardwalk in street two blocks away #sandy #phlinq

  31. Nicole_Brewer
    Some flooding has receded, but the damage is done. We'll show you the aftermath of Sandy in OCNJ on CBS3! Turn us on!
  32. Millions will wake up on Tuesday morning to widespread power outages in Pa., N.J., N.Y., and Conn., which could last for days.
  33. TWCMikeBettes
    Currently 8.9 million people without power nationwide due to #Sandy. 2.7 in New Jersey alone!
  34. NBCPhiladelphia
    PSE&G says customers who lost power should be prepared to be without for 7-10 days. Here's the latest outage numbers:
  35. breakingweather
    #Sandy Update: Approximately 1/4 of the population of New Jersey is now without electricity.
  36. Further flooding still possible during high tide in Northeast on Tuesday, National Weather Service warns. 
  37. NWSBoston
    Coastal flood advisory is now in effect for the east coast for the high tide cycles today. Expect some minor flooding. #MAwx
  38. Department of Health tells Long Beach, L.I. residents not to drink or use tap water for personal use. Boil water notice issued for Atlantic City, N.J. 
  39. NJOEM2010
    Atlantic City MUA issued a Boil Water Advisory. They recommend residents boil all water until further notice
  40. Update: More than 50 homes destroyed in 6-alarm Queens fire, N.Y. fire department says.
  41. FDNY
  42. Early Tuesday the New York Fire Department is responding to a 5-alarm fire in the flooded Zone A area of Queens, reports.

  43. nycarecs
    Breezily Point fire is now 5 Alarms - hundreds of responders #nyc #fdny #sandy
  44. Amid the devastation, the Red Cross offers thanks to first-responders, aid workers and volunteers who answered the call when Sandy struck.
  45. RedCross
    Thank you, to our workers, volunteers, and partners frm all over the country who have been responding to#Sandy.
  46. RedCross
    If you want to volunteer or help in any way, make sure to check w/an org first, ask what they need.
  47. One of the most stunning photos of the night comes from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, capturing a flood at the PATH station in Hoboken, N.J., shortly before 9:30 p.m. ET Monday night.

  48. PANYNJ
    Flood waters rush in to the Hoboken PATH station through an elevator shaft.
  49. Many in the New York area are concerned about when the subways will be able to reopen. TheMetropolitan Transportation Authority tweeted Monday night that rumors of a one-week timetable for reopening were only rumors, but did confirm that water had infiltrated subway tunnels. "The MTA cannot assess damage until Tuesday," another tweet said.

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