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Second Avenue in New York remained dark Wednesday.
A beam fell in the South Ferry-Whitehall subway terminal in lower Manhattan.
Breezy Point, Queens, was left devastated after homes were destroyed by fire.
Residents of Staten Island stood in line for fuel.
An official shined a light on standing water in the South Ferry 1 train station.
Crews used heavy equipment to remove sand from Broadway in Long Beach, N.Y.
Two people walked a dog under what was left of the boardwalk at Rockaway Beach.
Shopping carts full of food awaited disposal at a supermarket in Brooklyn.
Seaside Heights, N.J., is seen after Sandy.
Hoboken residents used a charging station set up by 11-year-old Lucy Walkowisk, who asked for donations to help storm victims.
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