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CAMP HILL, Pa. – Rite Aid is stocking extra emergency supplies and keeping its pharmacies open as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast, the retail pharmacy chain said.
The company said that stores in the potential path of the storm had increased supplies of bottled water, flashlights, batteries, canned food for people and pets, first aid supplies, disposable cameras, duct tape and cleaning supplies.
Rite Aid also said prescriptions could be filled at any of its stores using its national pharmacy network. Pharmacists will be available to answer questions and assist people with medication needs and help them prepare for the storm.