Fires, rescues keep first responders busy in Lindenhurst

Sandy has kept first responders on their toes tonight all over Long Island.The chief of the Lindenhurst Fire Department says his crews have received countless

LINDENHURST - Sandy has kept first responders on their toes tonight all over Long Island.The chief of the Lindenhurst Fire Department says his crews have received countless calls tonight for fires and rescues as the floodwaters rush in. Officials say at least five people have died in New York state from the storm, including one person who was killed by a falling tree in Roslyn.

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