Florida Search and Rescue Team Prepares to Aid in Hurricane Relief
The South Florida Urban Search and Rescue Team remained on alert yesterday as it prepared to head to the Northeast to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
The team loaded up boats, all-terrain vehicles, generators, food and medical equipment at the USAR warehouse in Miami.
The team has enough food, water and equipment to operate for 72 hours.
Six federal task force teams are now in the Northeast. As damage is assessed, it will be determined if more assistance is needed.
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