Slideshow: Hurricane Sandy’s Aftermath
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Hurricane Sandy's Aftermath

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Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Destroyed homes in Breezy Point.

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Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Water filling the entrance to the Bowling Green subway station.

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Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Shopping by flashlight in an East Village bodega.

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Photo: Bloomberg

An uprooted tree on Riverside Drive.

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Photo: Bloomberg

Flood waters in lower Manhattan.

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Photo: Mike Stobe/Getty Images

A street covered in post-flood sand in Long Beach.

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Photo: Mike Stobe/Getty Images

Long Beach residents on a sand-covered street.

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Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

A downed tree blocking a driveway in Laurel Hollow, NY

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Photo: Tara Herman

Buckled paving stones at Pier 84.

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Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

A downed street light and utility pole in Avalon, NJ.

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Photo: Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Boats washed inland on City Island.

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Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images

Flood waters at the mouth of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Con Ed workers pumping water out of Seven World Trade Center.

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Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images

Cleaning up fallen trees in lower Manhattan.

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Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images

A destroyed section of the Atlantic City boardwalk.

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Photo: Charles Sykes/Corbis

A flooded lot of cabs in Hoboken.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

A flooded parking garage in the Financial District.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Fallen barriers and a destroyed awning in the Financial District.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Debris on Pearl St.

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Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images

A sinking construction site on John St.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

A crushed car in the Financial District.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

A fallen tree in the Financial District.

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Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Surveying damage in the South Street Seaport.

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Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

A mannequin blown into the street at the South Street Seaport.

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Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Clearing storm drains in the Financial District.

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Photo: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

The Chelsea building that lost its facade in the storm.

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Photo: Michael Heiman/Getty Images

A fallen tree on East 96th St. in Central Park.

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Photo: Frank Franklin II/Corbis

Surveying fire damage in Breezy Point.

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Photo: Neville Elder/Corbis

A crushed car in Bay Ridge.

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Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Portable flood barriers in Dumbo.

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Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Biking through flooded streets in Red Hook.

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Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Pedestrians on the Brooklyn Bridge.

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Photo: Michael Heiman/Getty Images

Morning skyline from the Central Park Reservoir.

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Photo: Adriana Nova

A fallen tree in Freeport, Long Island.

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