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Paramedics Evacuate NYU Medical Center Patients

Superstorm Sandy power outage forces evacuation

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

NEW YORK CITY (ABC News) -- Paramedics and other medical workers began to evacuate patients from New York University Langone Medical Center due to a power outage caused by Tropical Storm Sandy, followed by a failure of backup generators at the hospital, New York City officials said Monday night.

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