Shorefront Y holds disaster preparedness program

Brighton Beach was a community hit hard during Superstorm Sandy. Many in the area say they have not fully recovered from the impact of the storm.

Brighton Beach was a community hit hard during Superstorm Sandy. Many in the area say they have not fully recovered from the impact of the storm. (3/2/15)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents attended a citizen preparedness training program with the National Guard Monday morning at the Shorefront YMCA in Brighton Beach.

Brighton Beach was a community hit hard during Superstorm Sandy. Many in the area say they have not fully recovered from the impact of the storm.

The program aims to give residents the tools and resources to be ready for any type of disaster.

 

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