Friday, November 9, 2012

FEMA Shuts Due To Bad Weather.

FEMA Disaster Centers Shut Doors 'Due to Weather'Updated November 7, 2012 5:50pm

TOTTENVILLE — They fly into disaster areas, but flee from raindrops.
FEMA disaster recovery centers in Hurricane Sandy-ravaged sections of the city that were supposed to provide assistance to hurricane victims went MIA Wednesday morning, posting signs saying that they were closed due to the approaching Nor'easter.
The temporary shuttering of the facilities, which help victims register for disaster relief, as well as city food distribution centers come even as many of those still reeling from the monster storm were not told that they had to leave the battered areas.
“We do not believe that it’s necessary to evacuate people,” said the mayor Wednesday.
The move left residents of the storm-ravaged areas fuming.
"The storm is coming. We don't know how hard it's going to hit us," said Jenny Cartagena, 46, who found the FEMA center in Coney Island closed Wednesday when she went there looking for food. "I need some help now."
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