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Local Connections, Awareness, Public Safety
Sandy threw quite a punch at Fort Lee, knocking down trees and wires; many portions of town without power.
The Fort Lee Mayor and Council issued an emergency declaration, which includes a pedestrian curfew and suspension of Halloween activities like trick-or-treating. Fort Lee police also urged residents to stay off the roads.
The latest list of roads closed due to flooding and downed trees and poles.
Everything you'll need to know about power, damage, and when things might get back to normal.
Police & Fire
Fire Chief Keith Sabatino cautions residents to stay inside, "Downed wires and fallen trees make for extremely dangerous conditions."
Utility work suspended late Monday
Government, Public Safety
The Virginia Task Force One team is on its way to Fort Dix as it prepares to respond to destruction after Hurricane Sandy.
Gusts could reach 80 mph in the area, weather service warns.
County shelter ready at Bergen Community College.
Gov. declares state of emergency, orders evacuations as storm approaches.
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