Mobile charging station makes rounds in Brooklyn

A mobile charging station is making its ways through Brooklyn neighborhoods left in the dark by Sandy. Brooklyn state senators John Sampson and Eric Adams

BROOKLYN - A mobile charging station is making its ways through Brooklyn neighborhoods left in the dark by Sandy.

Brooklyn state senators John Sampson and Eric Adams teamed up with the Flatbush Shomrim Safety Patrol to bring a truck to people who need to charge their cell phones and other communication devices.

The two senators say they're also working on a clothing drive for residents affected by the storm.

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