""I don't know how people will survive," said Patricia Troche, who lives in a public housing complex across the street from the cleaners. As the sun finally reappeared over the city yesterday, Mrs Troche was throwing out a bin-bag full of food, ruined in the power cut.
"I don't know what to do. My husband has a heart condition and he didn't want to leave and my son didn't want to leave, so we stayed. Now I'm throwing away food and it's not like I can go and buy more around here: all the shops are closed, everything.
"There's so many people here without food, water. You can still get water on my floor, but higher up, there's nothing. What are these people supposed to do?""
Got that long term food supply (that does not require refrigeration)?
It's day 3 for millions of people without power. Today I expect we will start to see things come unraveled in those places. Stay safe. - Wes