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USFWS truck in the snow.
Greg Titus, division fire management office on assignment to respond to Superstorm Sandy in West Virginia.
Credit: Catherine Hibbard/USFWS

Responding to Superstorm Sandy in West Virginia

A number of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees were deployed to snowbound West Virginia as members of an interagency team directed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help clear roads blocked by fallen trees and to work at National Guard airports in Martinsburg and Charleston, W.Va., where tractor trailers brought food, water and generators for storm victims.


Published on: Wednesday, November 07,2012

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