Lancaster County readies for Sandy's impact

Written by Megan Lello, witf Reporter and Producer | Oct 29, 2012 11:27 PM

(Undated) -- As mega-storm Sandy pummels the region, Lancaster County was bracing to be among the hardest hit.


But Randy Gockley, director of the county's Emergency Management Agency, says a lot of lessons were learned a year ago. "A lot of people in Lancaster County were impacted by the storms in September 2011 and did learn from that. Unless somebody lived under a rock, they knew that this particular storm was coming."

witf's Megan Lello takes a look at how people in Lancaster County prepared for the heavy rains and high winds:

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