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FDNY's Social Media Manager Single-handedly Updates New Yorkers During Storm

She monitored Twitter through the night to help people in need


 
 

Chris Moody, Yahoo! News | | Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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NEW YORK -- As Storm Sandy barreled down on the Northeast on Monday, a one-woman response team at the Fire Department of New York monitored Twitter through the night to help people in need.

Emily Rahimi, a seven-year veteran at the FDNY, kept New Yorkers updated on developments from a storm that flooded many parts of the city Monday night through the official department Twitter feed. In a flurry of more than 100 tweets, Rahimi, who was still working at her desk on Tuesday morning, replied to cries for help sent out on the social media service, passed along updates from Mayor Michael Bloomberg and followed up when New Yorkers posted tweets of thanks.

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