“When are we going to get some f**king help?” one woman asked. The angry residents said they were just now beginning to receive supplies after fires and flooding had ravaged the neighborhood.
“There’s old ladies in my building that don’t got nothing,” a man told the billionaire. He continued, “Mr. Bloomberg, this is the first drop-off site. Over the bridge we can't get a bottle of water, a hot chocolate, a coffee, nothing.”
The Mayor replied, “You know, we're trying to do it as fast as we can.”
Watch the video at NY1.com.
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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was in the hot seat on Saturday while visiting Hurricane Sandy victims in Rockaway Beach, Queens.