There have been a lot of awful or inspiring stories coming out of Hurricane Sandy. This manages to be both. A man found a note in his house scrawled by a person who had taken a blanket to keep hypothermia at bay. The author of the note was sure he was dying
The devastation from Hurricane Sandy is unbelievable. Most of us have seen these kind of images before following Hurricanes Katrina, Andrew, Irene, and other natural disasters. However, this hurricane really hit the population centers of the United States and it is surprising that more lives weren't lost.
The Red Cross is asking you to help with their recovery effort from Superstorm Sandy. Spokeswoman Megan Mrozek says this is going to be one of their biggest recovery efforts they've had in several years.
As Hurricane Sandy approaches the East Coast, people have started going absolutely nuts! That includes people ready to party and ride out the storm, those that have already started looting and people taking a jog before the storm.
In case you missed it -- there's a storm a-brewin'! Hurricane Sandy is lurching her way up the coast, heading for us all. Yesterday, the MTA announced it was shutting down trains in NYC at 7 pm and buses at 9pm. Here are some pictures from their official Flickr page taunting us with how delightfully empty all the stations are right now.
The St. Cloud State University women's hockey team is stranded on the East Coast. Hurricane Sandy has prompted a number of closures including the region's airports. Head Coach Jeff Giesen says they are stranded at a hotel in Providence, Rhode Island:
With the eye of 2012's Hurricane Sandy expected to make landfall in the next 24 hours, residents along the east coast are taking measures to stay safe during, and after, what is being described as the "perfect storm." Country music's reach extends into all 50 states, so it's no surprise that many of the top names took to Twitter to encourage those in Hurricane Sandy's path to be extra ca
New York, New Jersey and other coastal states announced evacuations of citizens living in low-lying coastal areas on Sunday, as Hurricane Sandy and an accompanying storm surge threatened the East Coast of the United States.