October 30, 2012
The storm left cars partially submerged in a New York City parking lot.
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A tree crew worked to free a pine from power lines in Norwell on Tuesday.
Flooded streets kept firefighters away when a blaze tore through homes in New York’s Rockaway area on Tuesday.
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The storm upended trees in Washington, D.C. It also left more than 8.2 million homes in 17 states without power.
A rescue worker helped a young boy evacuate an area in Little Ferry, N.J., on Tuesday, that was hit by flood waters.
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Jason Locke moved mud out of his mother’s home near Gooseberry Point at Horseneck Beach in Westport.
President Obama monitored relief efforts at the Red Cross in Washington.
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Mitt Romney collected food donations at a campaign event in Ohio.
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The storm uprooted a tree in Copley Square.
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Parts of West Virginia received up to two feet of snow.
A man looked at a tree resting on powerlines in the front yard of a home in Newton.
A damaged home was seen on Manasquan Beach in Manasquan, N.J.
A car passed a tree lying on power lines, the morning after Hurricane Sandy in Dartmouth.
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A woman dragged a wet rug out of her gallery in Falmouth Harbor.
A child looked at power lines knocked down by Hurricane Sandy in Scituate.
Needham public works crews removed a tree from power lines and traffic lights.
A submerged boat in Scituate Harbor.
In the Queens, N.Y., a rainbow could be seen behind homes devastated by the storm.
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A boat was almost sideways between two flooded houses in Lindenhurst, N.Y.
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A home in Cambridge sustained damage from a fallen tree.