A chemical mishap in a high school science lab Tuesday sent more than two dozen people to hospitals to be checked out, and forced the evacuation of the school for the rest of the day.
After nearly two weeks, some residents were just returning to Staten Island Saturday.
Bellevue Hospital was evacuating 500 patients Wednesday due to damage from Superstorm Sandy.
EMTs from as far away as Florida and Texas are in New York helping out.
New York University Langone Medical Center was evacuated Monday night, after power went out and generators subsequently began to go down.
The resort community of Fire Island was one of the first areas to go under a mandatory evacuation order for Hurricane Sandy Sunday afternoon.
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano said Sunday evening that police will be on the scene to protect the areas subjected to evacuation, and those that try to enter “will be arrested and put away immediately.”
Rockaway Beach was on the list for areas of New York City deemed Zone A for evacuation purposes, and by Sunday night, Hurricane Sandy had sent the floodwaters rising.
Bloomberg warned residents who live in Zone A that all elevators in the zone will be shut down at 7 p.m. and urged residents to get to higher ground quickly, before subways and bus service is shut down.
A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for low-lying areas in Jersey City.
All 5,900 residents of the town of Belmar, N.J. have been ordered to evacuate immediately.
Suffolk County officials have called for a mandatory evacuation of Fire Island by 2 p.m. Sunday.
Gov. Malloy has again urged shoreline residents to heed his evacuation order. He declared a state of emergency on Saturday. Malloy said Sandy is forecast to cause more flooding damage than the state saw in the devastating hurricane of 1938.
A crane lifting a beam broke some windows at the 9/11 Memorial Plaza at 4 World Trade Center today.
A small fire at LaGuardia Airport resulted in the evacuation of a Delta terminal on Sunday afternoon.