It looks like even FEMA wasn’t ready for the storm that hit New York yesterday.
Via NY Post reports:
Yesterday’s nor’easter proved too much for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s aid location in Tottenville, SI — which hung a sign reading “Closed due to weather” as the wintery storm blew into town.
Ten FEMA centers in the area reportedly suspended operations because of the storm, although the location with the sign at the Mount Loretto Community Center did open at noon.
We get it that things are bad off in Staten Island right now, but FEMA really can’t go closing on folks. They’re supposed to be the ones bringing relief!