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UPDATED: Drinking Water is Safe

Roads into East Brunswick are being closed in order to keep roads clear for emergency workers.

UPDATED: Mayor David Stahl says via Twitter:

"Water supply is fine. All equipment is functioning. Water is drinkable.Hurricane  Sandy has caused significant damage to the township."

Roads into East Brunswick are being closed in order to keep roads clear for emergency workers.

Power is down almost town-wide and nearly across the state, according to Mayor David Stahl, with trees down on nearly every street .The travel ban instituted Monday is in effect today and emergency personnel will access the damage.

In addition, commercial businesses such as gas stations remain closed due to power outages. As generators start to run low on gas, residents are urged to remain home as gas stations are not open, said Stahl.

 “Power outages are still significant in the township. There are numerous streets that are closed or blocked due to down trees and wires. As trees are removed and the utility companies begin to restore power, wires that are on the ground may become energized which could become hazardous for anyone coming into

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