Areas hit hard by Superstorm Sandy, then and now
Superstorm Sandy, an unprecedented hurricane that developed into a superstorm, killed more than 50 people on its way across the Caribbean and another 147 after making landfall in the United States on October 29, 2012. It destroyed large portions of the northeastern seaboard, with damages estimated at $65 billion.
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