Supplies run low in Hoboken

Hoboken officials say some supplies are running low days after Sandy caused the Hudson River to flood much of the city.The National Guard continues to

HOBOKEN - Hoboken officials say some supplies are running low days after Sandy caused the Hudson River to flood much of the city.

The National Guard continues to rescue residents who ask for help while the floodwaters continue to recede.

The city has received generators to help power shelters. But city officials say they're running out of fuel to run them. The city is also asking for blanket donations to be dropped off at city hall.

Before the storm hit, evacuation orders went out for people living in Hoboken's many basement apartments and first-floor units.

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