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If you’ve been watching CNN’s coverage of Superstorm Sandy during the past week, you know that iReporters have played a major role in helping us cover the storm and its devastating aftermath. That’s why CNN/U.S. is devoting a special half-hour segment exclusively to iReport tomorrow afternoon.
CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield and Josh Levs will show off the best iReport photos, videos and stories from Sandy, and share what makes iReporters’ eyewitness accounts so important when covering major news stories. Levs will also share viewer comments from Facebook and Twitter during the show. You can tune in tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. ET to see which iReports made the cut and continue to follow the latest approved photos and videos from the storm on our Open Story.
A big, heartfelt thanks to everyone who has been part of our ongoing Sandy coverage. We’re wishing you all the best as recovery continues.
For those who missed the special, here it is in four parts:
Glad to see the team-work has worked excellent.
I see those long lines for gas on the east coast.why can't 17,500 watt gen be located at these service stations on the east coast then all the station would have power.they have the gas in the tanks just need power to pump it out i don't see nothing hard about that we do it all the time out here in louisiana after a stormy.They are bringing in gen to vote they can do the same to get this gas line down also.this is sad.
Why doesn't the military set up mess tents that are
heated and have shelter and food & water for the people devastated by Sandy? The
military does this all the time
when they are overseas and on the battle field. This is what they do,
and this is certainly a battlefield with no electric and food & water here.
I agree the military should take charge. Especially with the looting going on at night. It would be great to see them roll in.