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“Difficult situations like this really bring out the best in people.”
“No one has come forward yet to claim responsibility for the attacks and police have not named any suspects.”
“It's a terrible, terrible tragedy.”
“We are working day and night to restore power to all the areas that have experienced outages.”
“We're still assessing the extent of the damage.”
“The extent of the damage is just... it's unprecedented.”
“My heart goes out to all the victims of this tragic event.”
“There is a hurricane warning in effect throughout Delaware and southern New Jersey.”
“There's been non-stop coverage of it on all the news networks.”
“I've been glued to the TV all week.”
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