TRENTON — Hurricane Sandy caused “unprecedented devastation” to NJ Transit infrastructure across the state, according to Transportation Commissioner James Simpson.
Watch the video of Gov. Chris Christie’s 10 a.m. briefing on New Jersey’s recovery efforts following Hurricane Sandy. (Video courtesy of the governor’s office)
TRENTON – New Jersey Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd urges all residents to throw away any food that may have come in contact with flood or storm waters and individuals that have suffered power outages should keep their refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much as possible to maintain the cold temperature.
NEWARK — NJ Transit bus, rail, light rail and Access Link services will remain suspended Tuesday due to the significant impacts of Hurricane Sandy. Customers are urged to check njtransit.com for the latest information.
CRANFORD — As of 9:30 a.m., PSE&G reported that between 5,001 and 10,000 Cranford customers remained without power.
TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection and the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission are carefully monitoring the impacts Hurricane Sandy on operations at the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant in Lacey Township, which last night suffered power outages, declared an “alert’’ due to rising water levels, and lost a portion of its warning alarm system.