Hurricane Sandy damage extensive
Hurricane Sandy damage extensive
A damaged car sat in the remains of a house in the Rockaways section of New York.
National Guard, Maryland State Police, and Crisfield police worked together to assist a resident in Crisfield, Md.
Johnny Adinolfi was comforted by neighbor John Vento, right, as he stood in the living room of his damaged home in Massapequa, N.Y.
Food was served at the Mee Sun Cafe in Chinatown as power to most of lower Manhattan was lost.
Virgen Perez, left, and her husband, Nelson Rodriguez, looked around their flooded home in Atlantic City, N.J.
Sand and debris covered parking meters on the seawall along Beach Avenue in Cape May, N.J.
A man walked past cottages damaged by Sandy on Roy Carpenter's Beach in South Kingstown, R.I.
Needham public works crews removed a large tree from power lines and traffic lights.
Waves pounded a lighthouse on the shores of Lake Erie near Cleveland.
Car stood in a flooded street in Hoboken, N.J.
An ambulance was stuck in more than a foot of snow off of Highway 33 near Belington, W.Va.
People rescued from floodwaters rode on a large truck in Little Ferry, N.J.
Zoe Jurusik, 20, paddle-boarded down a flooded street in Bethany Beach, Del.
Residents looked over the remains of burned homes in the Rockaways section of New York.
Storm surges from Sandy caused a 170-foot long tanker to run aground in Staten Island, N.Y.
A log rested on a vehicle at Breezy Point in the New York City borough of Queens.
Cars were half-submerged in a flooded parking lot in New York City.
Sand covered a street in Margate City, N.J.
Brian Hajeski of Brick, N.J., looked at debris of a home that washed up on to the Mantoloking Bridge in Mantoloking, N.J.
Homes were destroyed in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens in New York.
A resident rode in a National Guard truck as he and others are evacuated from their flooded neighborhood in Crisfield, Md.
Emergency personnel rescued a resident from flood waters in Little Ferry, N.J.
A lone home stood on the beach in an area that residents say was filled with homes before the hurricane in Mantoloking, N.J.
Currie Wagner walked away from the debris of his grandmother Betty Wagner's house on the Mantoloking Bridge in Mantoloking, N.J.
Deidre Duffy looked through the wreckage of her home devastated by fire and the effects of Hurricane Sandy at the Breezy Point section of Queens.
A rescuer carried an elderly resident in Little Ferry, N.J.
Jason Locke swept water and mud from his parents' home in Westport.
Floodwaters surrounded homes near the Mantoloking Bridge in Mantoloking, N.J.
President Obama paused while he spoke at the National Red Cross Headquarters in Washington about damage done by Hurricane Sandy.
A rescue worker carried a young girl to safety in Little Ferry, N.J.
Emergency personnel rescued residents in Little Ferry, N.J.
The top of a mailbox rose above the surface of the floodwaters as Sierra Makel, 7, took photos from the front porch of a home in York County, Pa.
Tony Talamini delivered mail to a house on West Union Boulevard in Bethlehem, Pa.
Pleasure boats piled up 30 yards or more from the water’s edge in the Cliffwood Beach section of Aberdeen, N.J.
Onlookers took photographs of two cars that collided during flooding outside the Consolidated Edison power sub-station on 14th Street in New York.
A boat washed up in the storm surge sat between houses in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens.
Homeowner Richard Ward assessed the damage to a car parked in front of his house after a tree fell over a power line in Toronto.
Sand and water filled the street in Ocean City, N.J.
People inspected a flooded street in Ocean City, N.J.
North Carolina Route 12 was buckled from pounding surf leading into Mirlo Beach in Rodanthe, N.C.
Foundations and pilings are all that remain of brick buildings and a boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J.
A woman removed a bicycle from a flooded basement on 14th street in New York.