Over ten days since Sandy hit the east coast and claimed the lives of at least 120 people, residents in many parts of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey are still without power and heat.
WNYC reports that in Red Hook Houses in Brooklyn, one of the worst-off developments, about half the residents are still dealing with power outages, no heat and in some cases no water at all.
As part of our ongoing coverage we went to Redhook to speak with some residents about how the recovery is going.
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