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FEMA to assess blizzard damage in NJ
NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- Monday in New Jersey, federal officials will tour the state to assess the damage from last week's blizzard.
Governor Christie called the storm the fifth worst in the last century.
He asked FEMA for disaster relief for the state's 13 hardest hit counties.
More than 500 cars were stranded on New Jersey's highways during the height of the storm.
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