Local firefighter Doug Spence got a first-hand look at the ongoing recovery effort in New York City following Hurricane Sandy.
Spence was one of 39 firefighters from the Texas A&M Forestry Service dispatched to the city to help relieve hundreds of beleaguered New York first responders who had been working constantly in the clean-up effort from the large hurricane that pummelled the city in October.
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