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NYC food and water distribution centers

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The City of New York is handing out water and prepared meals in the areas hardest hit by superstorm Sandy.

The distribution of food and water in NYC runs from 1 pm- 5pm on Friday.

AT&T will set up pods near the centers that provide cell coverage and charging stations.

(will be updated as information is made available)

Location

Borough

Monday Time
Redfern Playground between Beach 12th Street and Redfern Avenue Queens 12pm - 4pm
Hammel Playground between Beach 84th Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard Queens 12pm - 4pm
Beach 41st Street Houses at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 40th Street Queens 12pm - 4pm
St. Francis De Sales Parish (129-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard at Beach 129th Street) Queens 12pm - 4pm
Conch Playground at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 49th Street Queens 12pm - 4pm
Corner of Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island Avenue Brooklyn 12pm - 4pm
West 25th Street and Surf Avenue Brooklyn 12pm - 4pm
Coffey Park (85 Richards Street between King and Verona Streets) Brooklyn 12pm - 4pm
419 West 17th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues Manhattan 12pm - 4pm
Pitt Street and East Houston Street Manhattan 12pm - 4pm
Corner of Mill Road and New Dorp Lane Staten Island 12pm - 4pm
Father Capodanno Boulevard and Hunter Avenue Staten Island 12pm - 4pm

COMPLETE SUPERSTORM SANDY COVERAGE 

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