Queens officials offer assistance to residents impacted by Hurricane Ida 

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As Queens residents faced the grim aftermath of Hurricane Ida, elected officials visited constituents’ homes to survey the destruction and offer assistance.

Reports told of flooding that claimed the lives of innocent victims in Woodside, Hollis Hills and Flushing, while others experienced damage to their personal belongings.

In a building on Grand Central Parkway near Meadow Lake, Congresswoman Grace Meng showed the flooding in the residential garage, where one person lost their life and over 200 cars were damaged.

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