Island Park residents without heat due to freezing pipes

It's dangerously cold outside but it feels even worse for some Hurricane Sandy victims who are without heat in Island Park. There are about 50

There are about 50 residents in Island Park who lost their heat during a stretch of the coldest weather Long Island has seen in two years.

There are about 50 residents in Island Park who lost their heat during a stretch of the coldest weather Long Island has seen in two years. (1/24/13)

ISLAND PARK - It's dangerously cold outside but it feels even worse for some Hurricane Sandy victims who are without heat in Island Park.

There are about 50 residents in Island Park who lost their heat during a stretch of the coldest weather Long Island has seen in two years.

Residents tell News 12 Long Island that on Tuesday night, the temperatures dropped to single digits and water from Sandy froze inside their gas pipes.

National Grid has been in the neighborhood since last night, trying to get the heat back up and running again.  

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