Hurricane Sandy- New York Destroys Fragile Architecture

October 29, 2012

 

The hurricane has the possibility of being the largest to hit the east coast. New York city was set to evacuation mode, as people boarded up for the long-run. People all over the east coast have also been taking cover as Sandy blows right past with power. As of Noon on 10/30/12, at least 11 people are confirmed dead as a result of the hurricane's effects. Damages are expected to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars to repair throughout New York alone. A crane partially fell off a luxury skyscraper in New York City yesterday near 57th Street.

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Stone Harbor, New Jersey. Uncle Bills Pancake House. pic.twitter.com/ZNvmeuCw

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Below is a picture of the damage created in Weehawken, New Jersey. Power company officials will be sending crews to various areas all over the East Coast to restore power to as many of the powerless households there are.

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