LI Sandy victims get help from survivors of Hurricane Katrina

Long Island Sandy victims are getting help from survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Volunteers from New Orleans who lived through Hurricane Katrina stopped off in Mastic

Volunteers from New Orleans are donating supplies to

Volunteers from New Orleans are donating supplies to storm victims in Mastic Beach.

MASTIC BEACH - Long Island Sandy victims are getting help from survivors of Hurricane Katrina.

Volunteers from New Orleans who lived through Hurricane Katrina stopped off in Mastic Beach today to deliver supplies to needy residents.

During Sandy, more than 100 Mastic Beach residents had to be rescued from their homes.

Many of the houses in the area are still uninhabitable.

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