Rescues Underway in Little Ferry, New Jersey


The town of Little Ferry, NJ was particularly hard hit by the hurricane yesterday, especially because a levee broke, causing astounding flooding where no one expected it. State emergency responders are already rescuing thousands of people from Little Ferry, a town of 10,500 people.

The local ABC affiliate, ABC7, has been doing some fantastic on-location reporting of this rescue.


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  1. I grew up in Paramus just north of this area. This isn't near the shore, but a little bit inland. The problem was this area borders the Hackensack River and the Meadowlands and the surge came up and overwhelmed the berm. Feel bad for these people. They really didn't expect this to happen.

    Posted by: Doug | Oct 30, 2012 2:52:16 PM

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