A team of workers from Boston’s Center for Youth and Families and the Office of Emergency Management has been working in New York City to help residents in areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy. The volunteers spend their 12-to-14-hour workdays doing a variety of jobs. From bringing generators to nursing homes, fueling up emergency vehicles, and stocking trailers for the New York Police Department, there isn’t a moment of the recovery process these workers aren’t a part of.
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