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Red Cross to help Sandy storm victims

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) — As Sandy moves north along the east coast, a trail of storm damage, debris and loss of life is left behind.

For thousands in Virginia without power, they are left in a desperate need for electricity in order to take care of medical supplies or run important medical equipment.

In order to talk about what the Red Cross is doing to help Virginians during the storm and its wake, Reggie Gordon, the CEO of the Richmond Red Cross spoke on the set of CBS 6.