First responders from Long Island return home after helping recovery efforts in Buffalo
Some Long Island first responders returned home Friday after helping with the blizzard cleanup in Buffalo.
The emergency crew - consisting of Nassau County employees - made their way back to Roslyn after traveling to western New York on Monday.
The group gathered at Christopher Morley Park where they were greeted by local police and firefighters.
"We're doing what we know how to do down here up there for people who really needed it," said Nassau County Highways Superintendent Christopher Fedele. "But it was good - I'm glad we were able to help and that we were asked to help."
News 12 is told the trip to Buffalo was part of a humanitarian mission to help residents.