Hurricane Sandy shuts down travel across the state ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Chris Losordo carried his father, Vin, across flooded Menauhant Road in Falmouth. David l. ryan/Globe staff Sebby Santiano from Groton took a photo of waves in Scituate. AP Storm surge hit a small tree in Seaside Park in Bridgeport. EPA Sightseers stood at the end of a walkway to Nauset Beach in Orleans. Getty Images Waves crashed over Winthrop Shore Drive in Winthrop. AP Youngsters ran as waves crashed against a seawall in Scituate. REUTERS A car drove through water driven onto a road in Southampton, N.Y. AFP/Getty Images A jogger ran as police closed down an area along East River Drive in New York. REUTERS A woman took a picture of flood waters in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. AFP/Getty Images A flooded street is seen between two casinos in Atlantic City. REUTERS A pedestrian wrestled with her umbrella in Philadelphia. Getty Images A member of the press took a photo of a flooded street in Atlantic City. AP Rick Campbell used sandbags to shore up vulnerable spots at the Old Post Office in Washington, D.C. AFP/Getty Images A woman walked past a boarded up Saks Fifth Avenue in New York. AP Snow covered Mountain Lake Road at an elevation of 4,000 feet in Giles County, Va. EPA A man walked along a flooded street in Brooklyn. AP Utility workers checked on conditions on Ride Lane in Kitty Hawk, N.C. Getty Images A young boy ran along Rockaway Beach in Queens. EPA Sandbags were outside the New York Stock Exchange. AP Matt Moran cut a fallen limb from a power line in Sea Clff, N.Y. Getty Images Workers closed the Holland Tunnel in New York. AP Adam Howard cleaned the inside of Bubba's restaurant in Virginia Beach, Va. EPA A pedestrian braved the weather in Washington, D.C.