Sandy Especially Tough On Vulnerable Populations

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Alejandra Ospina, disability activist
Marianne McCune, reporter, WNYC
Joseph Shapiro, investigative correspondent, NPR

It's been four days since Superstorm Sandy battered the Northeast U.S., flooding towns and coastlines and knocking out power to millions. Concern is growing for the elderly and the physically disabled, many of whom remain isolated in cold, dark homes without assistance, food and running water.

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