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Anyone on here from New York or the area?

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/06/2012 11:22 AM
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Anyone on here from New York or the area?
If you are we need to contact you, we are in the Midwest. We have tried numerous time to send help from here but the buracrates derail us. We have a trucking company and can have water, formula, food and generators to you in 48 hours. We just need to talk with someone that can direct us where to go to unload so it gets directly to you.
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11/06/2012 11:24 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
If you are we need to contact you, we are in the Midwest. We have tried numerous time to send help from here but the buracrates derail us. We have a trucking company and can have water, formula, food and generators to you in 48 hours. We just need to talk with someone that can direct us where to go to unload so it gets directly to you.
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nice one lads,thats what you need community spirit and all pulling together
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11/06/2012 11:26 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
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11/06/2012 11:32 AM
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Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
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If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

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11/06/2012 11:36 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

applause2

 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0

I wish it were that easy, in Hurricane Katrina we rallied and sent three semi's full or items in 36 hours. I do need a destination for my freight manifest. If I have no destination or receiver on the other end the truck would be stopped at every state line. It literally would not make it, the Department of transportation has strict rules so they know what is on our Interstates and what is being carried. They actually do a very good job of protecting the public.
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11/06/2012 11:39 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

applause2

 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0

I wish it were that easy, in Hurricane Katrina we rallied and sent three semi's full or items in 36 hours. I do need a destination for my freight manifest. If I have no destination or receiver on the other end the truck would be stopped at every state line. It literally would not make it, the Department of transportation has strict rules so they know what is on our Interstates and what is being carried. They actually do a very good job of protecting the public.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


Replace the word protecting the public... with "controlling" the public. Case in point, a free society where you are not allowed to give your items/goods to others without going through legal hoops and red tape. Land of the free my ass.


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11/06/2012 11:43 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

applause2

 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0

I wish it were that easy, in Hurricane Katrina we rallied and sent three semi's full or items in 36 hours. I do need a destination for my freight manifest. If I have no destination or receiver on the other end the truck would be stopped at every state line. It literally would not make it, the Department of transportation has strict rules so they know what is on our Interstates and what is being carried. They actually do a very good job of protecting the public.
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So why dont you put destination: New York, receiver: the ppl of new york and as content:food and supply in your godamn manifest? Be creative.
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11/06/2012 11:44 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

applause2

 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0

I wish it were that easy, in Hurricane Katrina we rallied and sent three semi's full or items in 36 hours. I do need a destination for my freight manifest. If I have no destination or receiver on the other end the truck would be stopped at every state line. It literally would not make it, the Department of transportation has strict rules so they know what is on our Interstates and what is being carried. They actually do a very good job of protecting the public.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


Replace the word protecting the public... with "controlling" the public. Case in point, a free society where you are not allowed to give your items/goods to others without going through legal hoops and red tape. Land of the free my ass.


:Twilfp:
 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0


I am going to beg to differ with you. The DOT makes tries to protect the public from many things. I am not a fan of the government but I will tell you this. When you buy your food items, clothes, or any other thing it came to you via truck. I would bet there is nothing you own including the computer you are typing came to you by Semi. Do you think there a bad people out there? Yes there are and they would love to send to you sub standard items, black market items and stolen products. You my friend are living in the land of the free, and you are being also being preotected by the very people you complain about
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11/06/2012 11:45 AM

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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
just drive your truck into the middle of the hood with FREE SHIT painted on the side. we will have the black welcoming party ready to greet you. make sure the driver understands its a 1 way trip.
SLAM THAT CLAM
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11/06/2012 11:46 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


If you are serious... just load up a truck and DRIVE!

Long Island, Staten Island, Jersey Shore and Lower Manhattan are desperate for supplies as the temperatures drop tonight to below freezing.

If you are waiting for directions or permission from others... you are really not in the spirit of "action".

Some areas are under martial law, meaning you are not allowed to go in and out of those areas late at night. But you can in the daytime.

HURRY. The storm hits today, bringing rain and snow.

Print a map online... stop waiting for others to approve.

Anyways, I salute your intentions. Very noble.

applause2

 Quoting: Six Six Six - Version 2.0

I wish it were that easy, in Hurricane Katrina we rallied and sent three semi's full or items in 36 hours. I do need a destination for my freight manifest. If I have no destination or receiver on the other end the truck would be stopped at every state line. It literally would not make it, the Department of transportation has strict rules so they know what is on our Interstates and what is being carried. They actually do a very good job of protecting the public.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


So why dont you put destination: New York, receiver: the ppl of new york and as content:food and supply in your godamn manifest? Be creative.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073776


Okay my German friend. Why dont you find a truck and fill it with items and out a fake manifest, say send it to Italy. Tell me if it makes it.
CrazyEyesThreadKilla

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11/06/2012 11:46 AM

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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Deliver here:

King Kullen
4601 Austin Blvd
Island Park, NY 11558

It is a grocery store that was about to open. It is in Island Park, right next to the bridge going over to Long Beach. It has a huge parking lot.

Long Beach has no power or clean water, most homes were flooded, and since the dunes were destroyed, it is likely to flood again when this Nor'easter hits.
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11/06/2012 11:50 AM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Deliver here:

King Kullen
4601 Austin Blvd
Island Park, NY 11558

It is a grocery store that was about to open. It is in Island Park, right next to the bridge going over to Long Beach. It has a huge parking lot.

Long Beach has no power or clean water, most homes were flooded, and since the dunes were destroyed, it is likely to flood again when this Nor'easter hits.
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Okay King Kullen is a park, but I do see two Bakers, one No Frills and a Misons oriental food mart. Can any of these accept 53 foot trailers?
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11/06/2012 11:55 AM

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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Deliver here:

King Kullen
4601 Austin Blvd
Island Park, NY 11558

It is a grocery store that was about to open. It is in Island Park, right next to the bridge going over to Long Beach. It has a huge parking lot.

Long Beach has no power or clean water, most homes were flooded, and since the dunes were destroyed, it is likely to flood again when this Nor'easter hits.
 Quoting: CrazyEyesThreadKilla


Okay King Kullen is a park, but I do see two Bakers, one No Frills and a Misons oriental food mart. Can any of these accept 53 foot trailers?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


King Kullen is a grocery store with a gigantic parking lot. I am pretty sure it had not yet had its grand opening, so the parking lot should be mostly empty.

I have never heard of the other places listed there. You are looking at Long Beach, NY and Island Park, NY?

There is also a Long Beach Island in NJ, which also got devastated, so that might be confusing.
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Deliver here:

King Kullen
4601 Austin Blvd
Island Park, NY 11558

It is a grocery store that was about to open. It is in Island Park, right next to the bridge going over to Long Beach. It has a huge parking lot.

Long Beach has no power or clean water, most homes were flooded, and since the dunes were destroyed, it is likely to flood again when this Nor'easter hits.
 Quoting: CrazyEyesThreadKilla


Okay King Kullen is a park, but I do see two Bakers, one No Frills and a Misons oriental food mart. Can any of these accept 53 foot trailers?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 941862


I take that back, I was directed to the wrong address when I put it in from your post. Are you affiliated with King Kullen?
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11/06/2012 12:01 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
im in Jersey ....... if u really want to help take the garden state parkway ........ getting to new york or northern jersey will be a nightmare ....... in central jersey east most of the rescue departments as well as churchs r taking donations and giving to the people ......
no red tape .......... ocean county and monmouth county
worse hit ....... thank you for ur help
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11/06/2012 12:08 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
im in Jersey ....... if u really want to help take the garden state parkway ........ getting to new york or northern jersey will be a nightmare ....... in central jersey east most of the rescue departments as well as churchs r taking donations and giving to the people ......
no red tape .......... ocean county and monmouth county
worse hit ....... thank you for ur help
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Okay, this is going to sound odd but what do you need? We sent water, diapers, baby formula and generators to New Orleans. Is this what you need? Be very direct and detailed for what is needed. We need to know exactly and then will you be the point of contact? If not could you find me someone that would?
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11/06/2012 12:14 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Long Beach NY has a facebook page. It will tell you where to go.
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11/06/2012 12:17 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Again, let us know if you need help. Going through Gov Christies office, red cross and three charaties has been a nightmare, they all want to delay or redirect.
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Go to Twitter and use hashtag #sandyvolunteer they will hook you up with information. And thank you OP
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11/06/2012 12:24 PM

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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Long Beach NY has a facebook page. It will tell you where to go.
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On FB go to "Long Beach NY, Hurricane Information". There are some very connected people on there, including the guy who created the page. He can give you a name.
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11/06/2012 01:02 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
Contact churches in the area as many have charities and distibute goods and assistance as best they can. The Mormon church, as most of us here already know, also has a network of assistance for its members. In large disasters it assists the general public as well.

Thank you for your choice to do good and good luck!
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11/06/2012 04:12 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
water ....... blankets ....... warm hats gloves ........ leather gloves for cleanup ........ diapers ......
heavy duty garbage bags ....... nonperish foods ......
toiletries ......... thank you for ur help ....... yes i can be ur point of contact .......

Last Edited by mysticalamber on 11/06/2012 04:32 PM
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11/06/2012 06:00 PM
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Re: Anyone on here from New York or the area?
OP ...... spoke to the central EMS contact ..... have a meeting with him tomorrow to find out what exactly is needed
from the different locations directly ..... please give me a contact for u directly ...... thanks

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