Hurricane Sandy Leaves Passengers Stranded in D.C.

Published on February 12th, 2013

Hurricane Sandy immobilized the Washington, D.C., region for two days. Most flights were canceled in the Northeast. People visiting from all parts of the country were stuck overnight or were forced to stay in hotels. Some airlines provided customers with the chance to rebook their flights at no cost. Anna-Lysa Gayle went to Ronald Reagan National Airport to find out how passengers are faring after the two-day no-fly zone.


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