Hurricane Sandy has caused havoc and damage all the way from Jamaica to New Jersey. In the images below, aerial views taken during a search and rescue mission show the damage caused by HurricaneSandy:
The Maryland town began a recovery operation on Tuesday (October 30), clearing debris from its streets and repairing infrastructure.
New York City grounds to a halt in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The superstorm swamped New York’s subway system. Those who chose to walk had to negotiate buckled sidewalks, downed trees and flooded streets among other things.
U.S. stock markets are expected to get back on their feet on Wednesday with a reopening of the New York Stock Exchange after the worst storm to hit New York City since 1938 left the major financial district without power and under water.
Hurricane Sandy has caused massive devastation and the priorities of the Americans all of a sudden have shifted. Even the presidential candidates canceled all campaign events to lend a hand to the devastated victims of hurricane Sandy.
NBC 10’s Alison Bologna didn’t get the interview she expected from Daniel, a student from Brown University. According to Daniel the government wants people to think a hurricane is causing devastation and classes are cancelled, but he knows better.