When Matthew Kraushar was approached about creating a major medical relief effort in the Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood of Red Hook after Hurricane Sandy, he didn’t think he was qualified to do it.
“I was approached by Carlos [Menchaca]” — a staffer for City Council Speaker Christine Quinn — “he heard that I had some medical training, and I said, ‘˜Listen, I’m just a medical student,’” Krausher, a 26-year-old MD and PhD candidate in the Robert Wood Johnson-Princeton-Rutgers Tri-Institutional Program in New Brunswick, N.J., told FoxNews.com. ”He said, ‘Look, we have nothing. There’s no state or federal help coming in here, and we’re worried there are people stuck in their homes.’”
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