South Florida utility workers continue to work to restore power to the Northeast, where millions who lost electricity in Hurricane Sandy now face frigid temperatures and snow.
A major set back for a group Florida Keys Energy Services linemen who traveled to New York to assist in restoring power after Sandy.
As the relief efforts in New York and New Jersey continue in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Miami Dolphins are stepping up in a big way with a donation of at least $500,000 to help the area recover.
A week after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the East Coast, many are still struggling with no power, flooded homes, gas shortages and frigid temperatures.
It’s been almost a week since Superstorm Sandy made landfall along the Northeast coast. In some areas of the region life is getting back to normal but many people still lack electric power and are in desperate need of fuel and other necessities.
The Miami Heat are scheduled to play the New York Knicks Friday at Madison Square Garden, right in the heart of the area left devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Count Heat superstar Dwyane Wade as one who is questioning the move to play the game this soon.
The death toll from Sandy continues to climb. At least 90 people have been killed from the Superstorm and the road to recovery is going to be a long and hard journey.