FEMA Flies In Dozens Of Utility Trucks From California To New York... While East Coast Utility Crews Are Stopped From Going In
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Nov 1, 2012 2:28pm
The Pentagon has begun an airlift of 69 vehicles from California to help restore power in New York and New Jersey in the wake of superstorm Sandy.
Utility crews and their trucks are driving into the New York area from all parts of the country, including some teams from California that will arrive in three to five days after driving cross country on flat bed trailers.
To accelerate the repairs, the Federal Emergency Management Agency asked the Pentagon to transport 69 vehicles from Southern California Edison into the hard hit areas of the east coast. [read more]Welcome to the new order. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney continues to get taken to task by union-loving liberals because he suggests that FEMA is not very efficient at its own task... while taxpayers and those forced to get unnecessary flood insurance because of FEMA's ineptitude in determining where flood plains exist pay the bills.