On Tuesday evening, New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn expressed her concern over NYU Langone Medical Center's generator failure during Superstorm Sandy.
"We were assured, we being the city, that the hospitals within Zone A had capacity to get patients out before the storm, stop taking in anything that was not emergency procedures, and that they had sufficient backup generators," said Quinn.
"There are obviously enormous questions that NYU needs to answer," voiced a concerned Quinn. "I understand why they cannot give us those answers today, because they need to get the hospital back up and running. But they are questions that have to be answered."
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