NYC Mayor: 'It's Dangerous'

    NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 28:  New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks to members of the media at Seward Park High School, which is doubling as an evacuation center, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy on October 28, 2012 in New York City Sandy, which has already claimed over 50 lives in the Caribbean, is predicted to bring heavy winds and floodwaters as the mid-atlantic region prepares for the damage.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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    "It is dangerous to stay where you are," New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned at a second press conference Saturday. The mayor is referring to New Yorkers living in Zone A, an area that's been ordered for mandatory evacuation in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy. Bloomberg outlined evacuation procedure for flooding, and said there is probably not going to be torrential rain. Despite the increasingly urgent evacuation warnings, Bloomberg said the city is prepared. "We don't anticipate anything new happening," he said. Maryland canceled early voting on Monday, and closure of the New York Stock Exchange building Monday was announced—though trading will still be open.

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