Superstorm Sandy: The Long Road Back - Synopsis

PART 1: Sunday, Oct. 26 Still Not Home Long Island families are still displaced from Superstorm Sandy. Why haven't they received the help they need? We press state and federal officials for answers.

News 12 Staff

Oct 26, 2014, 9:12 AM

Updated 3,530 days ago

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PART 1: Sunday, Oct. 26

Still Not Home

Long Island families are still displaced from Superstorm Sandy. Why haven't they received the help they need? We press state and federal officials for answers.

 

PART 2: Monday, Oct. 27

Protecting the Power

A look at the steps PSEG Long Island has taken to harden the Island's electric grid since Sandy. Will they be enough to prevent weeks without power if another superstorm strikes? And will Long Islanders get better information about the progress of repairs?

 

PART 3: Tuesday, Oct. 28

Keeping the Fuel Flowing

Could another major storm bring a return of those long, long gas lines? Drew Scott looks at the root causes of the Superstorm Sandy gas crunch and highlights what has and has NOT been done to prevent it from happening again.

 

PART 4: Wednesday, Oct. 29

Stopping The Surge

A Newsday review shows most of the money intended to harden communities against future storms is going to projects that will not actually keep floodwaters out of our neighborhoods. Stone talks to local, state and federal officials and municipal planners to see why the rebuilding went in that direction and what is best for the Island. 


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