Devastated community picks up the pieces and wonders, ‘What now?’
George and Robin Molnar’s boat capsized in Hawtree Creek just behind their home on 99th Street. The storm surge reached over six feet, tossing their dock onto land.
An American flag torn to shreds by Hurricane Sandy’s winds.
A house in Belle Harbor destroyed by the storm surge.
A tree crushed a house on Woodhaven Boulevard in Woodhaven.
Left behind by the receding storm surge in Hamilton Beach, a concrete angel remained intact.
A traffic light moved by the wind on 103rd Avenue in Ozone Park.
99th Street near Charles Park in Howard Beach was hit by a 10-foot storm surge, but is located in a Zone B evacuation area.
Debris left behind by the 10-foot storm surge that struck Coleman Square in Howard Beach. Debris left behind by the 10-foot storm surge that struck Coleman Square in Howard Beach.
A boat tossed onto the sidewalk on 99th Street in Howard Beach.
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