New Jersey rescue workers are currently in Buffalo, New York, to aid in the recovery effort from the weekend’s tragic blizzard that dumped up to 50 inches of snow on Erie County and is blamed for the deaths of at least 30 people. Extreme blizzard conditions caused many to lose visibility, become stranded in their cars, and become confined to their homes.
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Twenty-two members of New Jersey’s Task Force One, according to a State Police spokesman, arrived in Buffalo on Tuesday morning. The group includes both emergency responders and engineers with extensive catastrophe recovery experience dating back to 9/11.
This will be the crew’s first mission in sub-freezing temperatures in a location other than their home state. The death toll from what is being termed the deadliest storm to hit western New York in at least two generations is still being tallied by Buffalo officials.
To keep people off the snow-covered roads, military police in Buffalo began enforcing driving bans on Tuesday.
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At least two dozen additional people in ten states perished in the frigid blast, and the rest of the country is still recovering from it. Across the country, thousands of scheduled flights have been scrubbed.
According to NJ Spotlight News’ sources, state authorities said New Jersey emergency crews plan to remain in Buffalo for up to two weeks, with more personnel on standby.