- Last Friday, we told you a Northwoods crew headed east to help with Hurricane Sandy.
They started in Massachusetts, and are now in Conneticut.
Today, we talked to Suzanne Flory of the Chequamegon-Nicolet Forest Service, who is with the 28-person crew.
Flory has been sending us photos of their work, available on the video link here.
"Where I'm standing right now, I can see New York City across the way, across the water. We're helping with getting roads cleaned up in some pretty large urban areas that haven't been able to get all the roads open for people yet," she said. "They're trying to get the roads opened up so they can get the towers going again and get the cell phone coverage back again and get schools open again. I don't think things are going to be normal on the east coast for quite some time."
Flory said despite all the damage, people seem optimistic and happy to have help.
The crew is scheduled to stay out for nine days, but that could be extended.
Story By: Lex Gray