While Google.org may be useful for the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, it may also prove useful to the rest of us when dealing with the effects of any major disaster. You can use the Crisis Maps to find plenty of up-to-date information about after-effects, including storm reports, forecasts, flood outlook, fire, and more. You can also use the Public Alerts to get information about disasters that the authorities relay to the public.
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