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Honestly, it actually seems like there wasn't an extreme amount of damage. Mainly looked like the roads had been covered with sand more than anything
My prayers go out to those that had extensive damage to their homes and businesses as well as those that lost loved ones.
Having said that, this storm was so overblown by the media because of where it hit. It pales in comparison to Katrina or even Ike, yet there is going to be some sort of celebrity concert for this whole thing.
The roller coaster that once sat on the Funtown Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J. rests in the ocean after the pier was washed away by the storm.
Most of those pictures are just sand and water being washed up. Most structures remained and the difference between a few of those pics is cloud cover and no cars in the streets or parking lots.
Exactly. I thought I heard them say on espn that it's going to cost 50 billion to clean up. How the hell do you spend that much money to clean this up?
New water park?
Subways flooded, major water damage to commercial and residential properties, lost business, electrical damage all over, total flooded vehicles. They haven't even got close to estimates the true loss, they are still just trying to get the power back on.
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