Brooklyn Resident Shares Post-Sandy Observations Live On WITN

By: April Davis
By: April Davis

WITN News Anchor April Davis' friend Kim Kane is one of the lucky New Yorkers with power and called in to speak with April and Dave Jordan on WITN News at 11 Tuesday. Kane is a radio host, writer & producer in the city and lives with her husband in Brooklyn.

Sandy killed at least 10 people in New York City. All three New York area airports were still closed Tuesday, and it will be days before the subway system is running again or power restored to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses.

Kane said she stocked up with food and supplies to make sure she, her husband, and a guest can survive without many stores or businesses open due to power outages.

She says the city seems oddly quiet with the subway down, businesses and wall street closed, and with so many people out of town who decided not to ride out the storm.

Kane says a guest is staying with her because he moved out of his home in New York city and was supposed to fly out to Los Angeles to his new home when Sandy caused the cancellation of thousands of flights.

Kim Kane and her husband are OK and we appreciate her sharing her story with us.

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