Hurricane Sandy’s Destruction at the Shore, Four Months Later
Victor Fiorillio | Philly Post
It has been nearly four months since the storm commonly known as Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey’s shoreline. And even though Sandy was not, in fact, a hurricane by the time it ripped into the Jersey Shore, the damage it caused was widespread and severe.
Some beaches and roads remain closed, and many residents will never recover their losses. I took a ride through some of the hardest hit areas last weekend with Walter LaCicero, the Mayor of Lavallette, who said time and time again, “There used to be a house there.” Here, some photos from our trip.
Old Grey and Very Grumpy- Just ask my grandson
A little on the conservative side politically
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