Hurricane Sandy — 10 Relief Photos That Will Inspire You To Donate
Last Monday marked the day that Hurricane Sandy devastated New York, Maryland, New Jersey and the rest of the Northeast states. Strangers, restaurants and U.S. soldiers pitch in to help the victims by cleaning up and donating food and clothes.
For the one week anniversary, here are a few inspirational photos to browse through. To donate to the Hurricane Sandy Relief, visit www.redcross.org/HurricaneSandy.
A dump truck trashes debris from Hurricane Sandy in the Midland Beach neighborhood of Staten Island borough of New York City.
Dock workers start to clean up the hundreds of damaged and ruined boats at Hans Pedersen & Sons Marina in Keyport, New Jersey.
Nurses evacuate patients from Bellevue Hospital after the damage has been assessed and considered too dangerous for some areas.
Volunteers help with cleaning supplies and medical aid in Midland Beach in Staten Island, New York.
U.S. Army soldiers unload food from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on trucks at the Republic Airport in Farmingdale, New York.
New Yorkers were lined up to get dry ice from Con Edison in Union Square, New York.
Volunteers gathered diapers and clothes for Hurricane Sandy victims at the Long Island Ice Arena in New York.
Long lines have gathered at gas stations in New York as many stations have already run out.
Randolf Beer Restaurant chef David Schaap grills for Hurricane Sandy victims and offers hot coffee, tea and beer.
Encouragement was displayed from fans at the New York Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium.