Helping Out Following The Storm


By Paul Johnson

March Air Reserve Base, California (CNN) - Conditions are described as grim in some East Coast communities hammered by Superstorm Sandy.
But a major mobilization effort is underway to help the victims.
These are pictures from March Air Reserve Base in California.
They show air basemen loading Southern California Edison trucks into U.S. Air Force aircraft.
The trucks are heading to the disaster zone to help in relief efforts.
Military bases around the nation are also mobilizing.
Service members will help restore electricity and provide humanitarian assistance to storm victims.
The storm killed 161-people, including 92 in the U.S.
More than 3-million people still don't have power.

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