In Easton, the Praxis Alzheimer's facility and Easton Nursing Home on Washington Street evacuated residents to another location because of roof damage, Mayor Sal Panto said.
The Miller-Keystone Blood Center also put out a plea for A-positive, A-negative, O-positive and O-negative blood donors and platelet donors.
RESPONSE AND RECOVERY
Life in some places slowly began to return to normal Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Some retailers, such as the Lehigh Valley Mall, reopened after closing early Monday.
The Route 309 business corridor through Quakertown and Richland Township reopened Tuesday night with overflowing parking lots.
Lafayette Ambassador, the Valley's No. 3 bank, opened seven of its 23 branches as of Tuesday afternoon. PNC and Wells Fargo banks also said they'd be opening most branches Wednesday.
Many banks have reopened and are waiving fees for overdrafts and using ATMs at other banks.
County voter registration offices also are extending the deadlines to obtain absentee ballots under an executive order from the governor.
All major highways were open at normal speed limits, but dozens of secondary roads remained closed because of downed trees and wires that are being removed as power is being restored.
LANTA restored bus and van service Wednesday morning after transporting only medical patients Monday and Tuesday.
After a full day in which travel from Lehigh Valley International Airport was grounded, Delta and United resumed flights. U.S. Air and Frontier canceled all of their Tuesday flights, said Susan Kittle, director of External Affairs for LVIA.
— Staff writers Tim Darragh, Daniel Patrick Sheehan, Tracy Jordan, Samantha Marcus, Sam Kennedy, JD Malone, Emily Opilo, Scott Kraus, Spencer Soper, John Micek, Dan Hartzell, Matt Assad and Frank Warner, and The Associated Press contributed to this story.