Disabled Still Stranded In Flood Damaged NYC Buildings
- New York 11/12/2012 by Andrea Sears (WBAI)

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Next month a class action lawsuit charging New York City with failing to plan for the evacuation of disabled people in times of emergency goes to trial in federal court.It’s been two week since people living in low-lying areas of the city were ordered to evacuate their homes in the path of Hurricane Sandy and many disabled people who were stranded in high-rise apartment buildings are still trapped without heat, hot water, electricity or elevator service. WBAI's Andrea Sears spoke with Susan Dooha is executive director of the Center for the Independence of the Disabled.

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