10 Emergency Response Vehicals (ERVS) en route to Staten Island loaded with comfort kits, snacks, shelf stable meals, water
10 ERVS en route to Brooklyn (Racine Race Track Area)
3 ERVS en route with meals, comfort Kits, snacks and water to Gerritsen Beach
6 Feeding Sites throughout Long Island, 12 Emergency Aid Stations , (of which 6 are co-located with Feeding Sites) Emergency Aid Stations are staffed with Health and Mental Health Services and distribution of Shelf Stable Meals, Comfort and Clean Up Kits, snacks and water.
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