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Sisters of mercy

Area nurses aid storm’s most vulnerable victims

 Visiting Nurses Kathy Bradley of Burnt Hills, left, and Kathy Bradley of Niskayuna, talk about their experiences assisting with victims of Hurricane Sandy at 108 Erie Boulevard Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Visiting Nurses Kathy Bradley of Burnt Hills, left, and Kathy Bradley of Niskayuna, talk about their experiences assisting with victims of Hurricane Sandy at 108 Erie Boulevard Friday.
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Kim Godfrey and Kathy Bradley recently got back from a disaster zone, and a handful of people were stuck on their minds. They thought about the couple who had been married for 72 years. Where would they end up? At their age, it was unlikely they would rebuild the Long Beach home they lost to Hurricane Sandy. And what about the legions of other elderly people that lost their homes? Where would they end up? ...


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tonijean613
November 10, 2012
9:04 a.m.

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Did this couple have any friends or family whatsoever? What about moving them up to an apartment in a retirement/assisted living place around here? this breaks my heart. I read that officials were considering putting storm victims in a closed JAIL- which is the cruelest idea I have heard.

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