Skip to comments.Headline Of The Day: Staten Island FEMA Disaster Center Shuts Doors “Due To Weather”
Posted on 11/07/2012 10:58:50 AM PST by lowbridge
A FEMA disaster recovery center in a Hurricane Sandy-ravaged corner of Staten Island that was supposed to provide shelter, food and assistance to hurricane victims Wednesday morning went MIA, posting a sign saying that they were closed due to the approaching noreaster.
A printed paper sign taped to the front door of on the center at 6581 Hylan Blvd. at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday read FEMA Center Closed Due to Weather.
The front doors of the disaster recovery center, which is housed inside the Mount Lorretto Catholic Youth Organization, were unlocked, but there was no staff anywhere in sight for at least a half an hour.
A set of buses which served as a pair of warming centers at the site for the past several days were missing, according to non-FEMA volunteers who continued to hand out supplies from a nearby building despite the storm.
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Call Gov Christie. Maybe he can help you..
Your Obama government at work. Distressed or dead Americans mean nothing when you are a Marxist Kenyan Coward.
Good thing obama is prez. He’ll take care of them.
There fixed it.
I thought Obama fixed everything. No need to donate or help
out everything is fine.
Oh I’m sure that’s an error- call Mayor Bloomberg- he’ll be sure to send help. Wait..you’re not in lower Manhattan? Never mind- you’re on your own.
Lesson learned from Hurricane Sandy: Be prepared! When disaster strikes, you are on your own!
Heckuva job, Barry!
The FEMA disaster recovery center in Jersey City, NJ is closed today, too.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
he’ll have help available in 15 minutes... sometime in 2015
Walmart Super Centers are open 24/7
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