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Tomorrow: Sandy Volunteers

  • Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan)

    Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan)

    Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan)
  • Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said. (Valley News - Ryan Dorgan)

Chris Reilly, center, of Pomfret, discards debris from a flooded basement with New York City Department of Sanitation workers Tuesday in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Reilly and four other local firefighters helped with recovery efforts, still ongoing a month after Hurricane Sandy devastated areas of the city. “It seems like it’s never-ending,” Reilly said.

Valley News - Ryan Dorgan