Anger grows over Sandy response

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Millions of people are still without power and transport remains badly affected in some areas after superstorm Sandy struck the US east coast on Monday.

Faced with food and fuel shortages, some Americans are starting to voice their anger at how authorities are dealing with the storm's aftermath.

Steve Kingstone reports from Staten Island.

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