(Reuters) - Most New York City schools reopened and millions of commuters fought huge crowds on public transportation on Monday, a week after superstorm Sandy devastated the U.S. Northeast and created lingering hardship for disaster victims as winter sets in.
Living conditions remained severe for tens of thousands of people unable to return to their homes, and some 1.4 million homes and businesses were due to endure another night of near-freezing temperatures without power or heat.from Sandy still causing nightmare commute, housing crisis
What would we have done if some "Islamic terrorist" had set off a dirty bomb in NYC? It would have been uninhabitable, so why weren't there any plans for such a contingency, such as mass evacuation centers? Did our government somehow know that it really wouldn't happen, because IT runs "Islamic terrorism?"