Island Park Sandy survivors team up to help Okla. tornado victims

Island Park residents, many of whom are Superstorm Sandy victims, collected items for people whose homes were devastated by the EF-5 tornado that struck in

Island Park residents, many of whom are Superstorm Sandy victims, collected items for people whose homes were devastated by the EF-5 tornado that struck in Moore, Okla. last week.

Island Park residents, many of whom are Superstorm Sandy victims, collected items for people whose homes were devastated by the EF-5 tornado that struck in Moore, Okla. last week. (5/28/13)

ISLAND PARK - Residents in Island Park are giving back to tornado victims in Oklahoma.

Island Park residents, many of whom are Superstorm Sandy victims, collected items for people whose homes were devastated by the EF-5 tornado that struck in Moore, Okla. last week.

The items are now headed to Shawnee, a nearby community that was also affected.

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano loaned three trailers from the Office of Emergency Management to carry the supplies.

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