Red Cross volunteer Rhonda Small hands out to Long Beach, New York, residents Jamie Pascoe, left, and Kenneth Carman, center, following Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach, New York, USA, in November 2012.
Red Cross volunteer Rhonda Small hands out to Long Beach, New York, residents Jamie Pascoe, left, and Kenneth Carman, center, following Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach, New York, USA, in November 2012. JASON COLSTON / AMERICAN RED CROSS EFE
Red Cross volunteer Rhonda Small hands out to Long Beach, New York, residents Jamie Pascoe, left, and Kenneth Carman, center, following Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach, New York, USA, in November 2012. JASON COLSTON / AMERICAN RED CROSS EFE

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