Google Launches Crisis Map as Hurricane Sandy Slams East Coast
"This is the most catastrophic event that we have faced and been able to plan for in any of our lifetimes," Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy said, according to CNN.
Hurricane Sandy is expected to wreak all kinds of havoc throughout New England and as far as the Appalachians. To help people prepare for and track the storm, Google's Crisis Response team (which was setup during Hurricane Katrina) has launched a Crisis Map (embedded below) where you can track the storm's progress and receive updated emergency information.
On the map you'll find location tracking, public alerts, radar and cloud imagery, evacuation information, shelters, and storm footage.
To all our East Coast readers and anyone in the path of this storm, stock up on supplies and stay safe out there.