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Getting food, water and clothing to those struck by Sandy in Staten Island was the top priority Saturday. The damage in some areas were beyond belief.
“The damage and destruction to the Tri-State area caused by Hurricane Sandy is daunting, but we have seen the great resiliency of this region before,” Hal Steinbrenner said in a statement.
As the Hurricane Sandy “Frankenstorm” approaches, the American Red Cross has set up an application with instructions for what to do in preparation for a storm, as well as during and after the storm passes through.
More than 20 volunteers from New York City, Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley were deployed Monday morning to work on shelter management, mental health support, health services support and logistics.
Babysitter Anna Reid, 15, was feeding 3-year-old Lia Simitz pizza when the toddler took a bite too big and a piece was lodged in her throat.
On Saturday, August 25th the New York Giants will be having a major blood drive at the Lexus Club at MetLife Stadium with the American Red Cross.
The nation’s blood supply dropped to critical levels earlier this summer as storms and wildfires hampered collection efforts.
Finding the right fit for the family can be tough, but these area organizations hit it out of the park every time.
The parents of two young brothers who drowned in a neighbor’s Union Township pool said their deaths were nothing more than a tragic accident.
The Red Cross volunteers who help out victims of fires have had their hands full in the Tri-State Area lately.
The Mets and the American Red Cross are hosting their second annual blood drive today at Citi Field. The event runs from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and the American Red Cross said it only takes about an hour to provide help that can save a life.
One of the children was caught by two firefighters waiting below. In all, seven people were displaced by the fire.
Flames tore through the building on Lincoln Place Monday afternoon. Smoke could be seen for miles.
The American Red Cross is sending shipments of blood into Connecticut to help fill a gap left by a blood collection workers strike that began last week.
As of Sunday evening, LIPA estimates power has been restored for 99 percent of customers, meaning over 4,000 are still without power.