Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Millions Without Power Across Region; Storm Surge Floods Tunnels in Manhattan

Hurricane Sandy battered the mid-Atlantic region on Monday, its powerful gusts and storm surges causing once-in-a-generation flooding in coastal communities, knocking down trees and power lines and leaving more than five million people — including a large swath of Manhattan — in the rain-soaked dark. At least seven deaths in the New York region were tied to the storm. - Storm Barrels Ashore, Leaving Path of Destruction - nytimes


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