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Monday, October 29, 2012

In Northeast USA? Follow Evacuation Instructions!


13 Cheshvan, 5773

If you're in the path of Frankenstorm/Hurricane Sandy, follow directions from the police, firemen and FEMA. If you need help to evacuate, ASK for it without delay. Call toll-free 1-888-697-6972 or call police! Cooperate with them and do not put the heroes at further risk.

See for some survival tips.

We in Israel - and probably good-hearted people around the world -  are praying for your safety.

Personally, I haven't heard of a storm this fearsome since the plagues hit Egypt long ago. WOW.

UPDATE: New Jersey Emergency Phone Numbers

New York

Maryland  "... Citizens are also reminded they can call 311 for the latest information about the City’s preparations during weather events. BGE customers should report outages by calling  877-778-2222. Any residents in need of non-emergency social service resource assistance can call Maryland 211 service..."

Con Edison

Storm Updates

Restoration Efforts

I hope to add helpful information as I find it.

Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism. 

Face this storm with good sense!

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