New York City's Emergency Rooms Overflow As Hospitals Damaged By Hurricane Sandy Remain Closed

From ThinkProgress Tue Dec 4 2012, 09:01:15

When Hurricane Sandy slammed the East Coast at the end of October, flood damage and power outages forced some of New York City's hospitals to evacuate their patients and staff, and public health officials anticipated that those hospitals would have to remain closed for at least several months. And now, a little over a month [...]

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