Sandy Recovery Effort Faces A New Storm

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Laura Schwartz, Staten Island, N.Y., resident and veterinary technician
Martin Kaste, national correspondent, NPR
Mike Delzingaro, vice president and director of sales at Xylem, an industrial-strength water pump company
Elizabeth Shogren, science correspondent, NPR

A week after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast, temperatures are dropping and forecasters warn of another storm on the way. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands remain without power, gas shortages continue and tens of thousands still don't know when they'll be able to return to their homes.

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