It's been one year since Hurricane Sandy made landfall. The storm, which some forecasters said would be the worst in generations, lived up to its strength and people are still picking up the pieces. Barreling up the East Coast, Hurricane Sandy's power and wide path of destruction was documented by TV news crews and civilians armed with cameras. The following videos underscore the very real danger that came with spying on Sandy. (Click each title to see video on mobile devices.)
The storm surge moved a 170-foot-long tanker to land in Staten Island, N.Y.
Parts of lower Manhattan lose power after an explosion at Con Edison power station.
The exterior of a building collapses during Sandy's heavy rains and wind.
A six-alarm fire breaks out in the flooded borough of Queens, N.Y.
A crane partially collapses at a high-rise building under construction in Manhattan.
The storm surge in Rodanthe, N.C., floods a roadway and beachside homes.
Planks of wood are twisted and tossed by the powerful storm as it approaches New Jersey.
Portions of Highway 12 along Outer Banks are damaged, covered in sand and water.
Heavy winds, rain and sea foam aren't enough to deter journalists from covering the story along the East Coast.