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Storm Whips Up Acts Of Kindness In Northeast

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Millions of New Yorkers and New Jersey residents are still reeling from Hurricane Sandy. But people in the region are looking out for one another. Good Samaritans have provided free meals, showers and clothes for those still without power and water. Host Scott Simon talks with David Weber, president of the New York City Food Truck Association, which helped provide 11,000 meals to needy New Yorkers on Friday.
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