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Millions of people in the Northeast U.S., the region most dependent on electric grids and mass transit networks for everyday life, struggled to   find normalcy amid the floods, destruction and death from superstorm   Sandy.Left, charred foundations of 80 to 100 buildings at  Breezy Point, a coastal neighborhood on Jamaica Bay, in the Queens borough of New York, on Oct. 31, 2012.

Millions of people in the Northeast U.S., the region most dependent on electric grids and mass transit networks for everyday life, struggled to find normalcy amid the floods, destruction and death from superstorm Sandy.Left, charred foundations of 80 to 100 buildings at Breezy Point, a coastal neighborhood on Jamaica Bay, in the Queens borough of New York, on Oct. 31, 2012.
October 29, 2012
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Hurricane Sandy Slams into Eastern U.S.
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