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HURRICANE SANDY HITS THE EAST COAST

Keeping Your Hospital SafeUnfortunately, for many of us on the East coast, Hurricane Sandy has dampened our end-of-year joy. Here at Laundry Today, our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was affected by the recent super storm.

Although Sandy brought little rain, the high tide, full moon and storm surge flooded my hometown with close to 5 feet of water. Cars floated, alarms rang, fires sparked, boats from the canals found their way onto boulevards and people’s homes flooded.

It has been three weeks since Sandy slammed the East coast, but remnants of the storm are everywhere. Many of us did not have electric, heat, phone or Internet service for close to two weeks. Some of us still do not have those services.

Many areas are still littered with contents of people’s homes, trees are still being cut up and removed from streets and everywhere you look – someone’s car is being towed. However, slowly but surely as the affected areas are beginning to rebuild – people are regaining a sense of hope.

Since Sandy struck, my children and I have spent our time working in a local Disaster Distribution Center. Hearing what others have endured has made the waterlogged ground floor of my home seem like a gift. The damage caused by Sandy is staggering. But if there is a silver lining to this storm, it has been seeing people join together to help put the pain and devastation of Sandy behind us.

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Charged For A Fire That Killed 2 Firefighters

CHICAGO, Ill. — The owner of an abandoned laundry in which two firefighters died during a fatal fire was charged with criminal contempt because it was alleged that he ignored a court order to secure the laundry building and repair the roof which collapsed during the fire. In addition to the death of two firefighters, 15 other firefighters were injured when the roof collapsed.