Hurricane Sandy Relief Stations From Time Warner Cable

It’s been a couple of weeks now since Hurricane Sandy, and while New York City is definitely getting back to normal for many, some New Yorkers are still living without power or without shelter.

To help out, Time Warner Cable has set up trucks where residents in need can get a hot meal, charge up their device and access free Wi-Fi. To help get the word out, Time Warner is using Twitter, a central tool for communication during the aftermath of the storm. The Twitter handle @TWCable_NYC is tweeting out real-time updates on locations for these charging stations and food trucks, which are on the move.

Time Warner is not alone in reaching out to New Yorkers. AT&T and others have been hosting mobile charging stations around the city, where residents could charge up and access the Internet.