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Governor Chris Christie Urges New Jerseyans to Prepare Now for Hurricane Sandy [VIDEO]

Governor Chris Christie says with only a few more hours left before things start to get worse, he’s urging New Jersey residents to get the supplies they need now.

Hurricane Sandy in Atlantic City
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Christie made the plea during a 6pm press conference at New Jersey State Police headquarters in West Trenton.

Christie is also urging residents to stay put on Monday.  “We can’t emphasize this enough.  Don’t try to go out there and be a hero or act as if nothing is happening.  Something is happening.  It’s important and we need to have you stay inside. ”

You can watch the Governor’s full press briefing here.

 

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