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  1. Members of Army National Guard from the Bronx and New York City EMS workers in Far Rockaway the day [...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  2. Found by the first responders, this damaged American flag was raised as a symbol of hope in Breezy P[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  3. Memorial Bench for "The Angels of Ocean Avenue" Patrick Sullivan, Vincent D. Kane, and Kevin J. Pfei[...]
    9/11 Memorial Bench

  4. Found by the first responders, this damaged American flag was raised as a symbol of hope in Breezy P[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  5. Emergency vehicles assigned by the city were continuously getting stalled due to the high water and [...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  6. When Odelmo Paltooram visited Queens Central Library to donate his digital photos of a post-Hurrican[...]
    Odelmo Paltooram, Full Interview

  7. Emergency responders standing on the stairs - all that is left of yet another house in Breezy Point.[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  8. First responder, Odelmo Paltooram, took this photo while traveling in the immediate aftermath of Hur[...]
    Flood Waters High in Breezy Point

  9. On the morning after Hurricane Sandy, a resident inspects the damage on Rockaway Beach Boulevard Whi[...]
    Rockaway Resident Inspects Damage

  10. Military vehicles travelling through flooded streets of Breezy Point.[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  11. EMS members to work along side Army National Guardsmen during major disasters. The Guardsmen's vehic[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  12. These are the remains of a strip of businesses on Rockaway Beach Boulevard, near 114th, left behind [...]
    Massive Destruction From Hurricane Sandy

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