Posted: Nov 4, 2012 4:07 PM
NEW YORK - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says cold temperatures mean "tens of thousands" of people whose homes were damaged by the superstorm will need other places to live.
He said Sunday that "it's going to become increasingly clear" as temperatures drop that homes without heat are uninhabitable.
He says that means that residents who have been reluctant to leave their homes will be forced to and that they'll need housing.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had said Sunday that 30,000 to 40,000 people in the city could need housing help.
Later, he said improving conditions would likely put that number closer to 20,000 as more power is restored.
Do you have a tip, information about a breaking news story, or a story idea for 6 Investigates? Contact the KRIS 6 News Desk at 361-884-6666 or send us an email.
Look at photos and videos and share them!
| Desktop Weather
Current forecast, hurricane info, and much more!
|KRISTV.COM Mobile Website
Get KRISTV.com on your mobile or PDA!
|KRISTV.COM Mobile Apps
Get our mobile apps on your mobile or PDA!
See the latest winning numbers!
|6 News Team
Read about your favorite KRIS-TV personalities!
|FCC Online Public File
FCC Public File of Records, Reports, and more