Photo gallery The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Associated Press A parking lot full of yellow cabs was flooded in Hoboken, N.J., on Tuesday as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Getty Images Con Edison employees monitored water being pumped out of Seven World Trade Center in New York on Tuesday. Getty Images Weighted traffic cones were blown over from the high winds of Hurricane Sandy in Cape May, N.J. REUTERS The HMS Bounty, a 180-foot sailboat, was submerged in the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy approximately 90 miles southeast of Hatteras, N.C. EPA People peeked into the closed Bowling Green subway station after Hurricane Sandy hit in New York. Getty Images A 2000-foot section of the "uptown" boardwalk was destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Sandy Atlantic City, N.J. EPA The Breezy Point section of Queens, N.Y., smoldered after a fire destroyed dozens of homes and vehicles during Hurricane Sandy. AFP/Getty Images The New York Stock Exchange remained closed on Tuesday as New Yorkers cleaned up the morning after Hurricane Sandy. REUTERS Personnel monitored a tree that fell on a house in the east end of Toronto, which was also affected by the storm's winds. Kathy Kmonicek/Associated Press Barbara Sinenberg surveyed the damage to the car and home of a neighbor in Sea Cliff, N.Y. on Tuesday. Mario Tama/Getty Images People walked past debris in the area where a 2000-foot section of the "uptown" boardwalk was destroyed in Atlantic City. Seth Wenig/Associated Press Kim Johnson looked over the destruction near her seaside apartment in Atlantic City on Tuesday. Jason DeCrow/Associated Press A swan made its way down a flooded street in Lindenhurst, N.Y. Justin Lane/EPA Cars were half-submerged in a flooded parking lot New York City. Adam Hunger/REUTERS A rescue worker carries a boy on his back in Little Ferry, N.J. Ramin Talaie/EPA Dozens of homes and vehicles were destroyed after a fire caused by Hurricane Sandy in Breezy Point, Queens. Frank Franklin II/Associated Press The fire in Queens destroyed between 80 and 100 houses Monday night in the flooded neighborhood. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Charred remains of many homes were left in the Breezy Point neighborhood. Frank Franklin II/Associated Press Keith Klein walked through homes damaged by the fire in Breezy Point. Ramin Talaie/EPA Firefighters worked on the roof of a building as they sorted through the fire's wreckage. Steve Helber/Associated Press Glenn Heartley watched floodwaters pour out of his car after it was pulled out of a creek in Chincoteague, Va., Tuesday. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images Onlookers watched as a crane dangled atop a high-rise in midtown Manhattan Tuesday. Lucas Jackson/REUTERS A man walked away from a building that has been surrounded by water in Bellport, N.Y. Jason DeCrow/Associated Press Elaine Belviso, 72, was rescued from her flooded home by police after being trapped there overnight in Babylon, N.Y. Steve Nesius/REUTERS Residents photographed a boat resting on Broadway Avenue in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. Justin Lane/EPA New York City police cordoned off a subway station after Hurricane Sandy left most of lower Manhattan without power. Tom Mihalek/Reuters The boardwalk was demolished in the north end of Atlantic City after Hurricane Sandy made landfall. Mark Wilson/Getty Images Heavy surf buckled Ocean Ave in Avalon, N.J. J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press With the Capitol in the background, a jogger passed a fallen large oak tree on the National Mall in Washington. Justin Lane/EPA The plaza along Water Street was flooded after Hurricane Sandy left most of lower Manhattan without power. John Minchillo/Associated Press A pedestrian passed a fallen tree on East 7th Street in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Jim Cole/Associated Press Crews worked to clean up downed power lines in Milton, N.H.