Superstorm Sandy: Tanker Washes Up on Staten Island

WABC's Michelle Charlesworth reports on a large tanker ship that ran aground.
3:00 | 10/30/12

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Transcript for Superstorm Sandy: Tanker Washes Up on Staten Island
We have more dramatic scenes of devastation coming in right now. Extraordinary pictures of a large tanker ship washed up on the shores of staten island. This is a live look right there at what washed up in staten island. Look at that. Wabc's michelle charlesworth has more on the story. Reporter: This looks like a war zone out here. This is a tanker. A 200-foot-long tanker. Has washed up. We were talking about so many days, what is a 14-foot storm surge? What does a 20-foot storm surge do? We're on a street. Front street, staten island, right on the narrows. We can see lower manhattan from here. This is a tanker on the street that was just picked up and sat here, as the water went out. We're about an hour and a half from high tide again. It's unbelievable. We came up on this. A couple other people -- services knows about this. But this is a tanker on the street in staten island.

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