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10-30-12: In The Aftermath Of The Storm
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Superstorm Sandy slammed through Maryland last night, leaving more than 300,000 without power in the region. In Baltimore City, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has ordered all non-emergency personnel off the roads until noon.
We talk with Ed McDonough of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency about what you should be doing to stay safe, and how to get to safety if the storm damages your home. And, Nathan Sterner checks in with BG&E for the latest on their efforts to restore power to the state.
You can find out up-to-the-minute information on power outages at the BG&E website. To report a power outage or a downed power line, call (877) 778-2222.
And, the Maryland Emergency Management Agency website has information on shelters and more tips to stay safe.