After Superstorm Sandy, Back to Breezy: Reporter's Notebook

Producers Jim DuBreuil, Keturah Gray reunite with those burned out their homes in Breezy Point, N.Y.
3:00 | 11/05/12

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Transcript for After Superstorm Sandy, Back to Breezy: Reporter's Notebook
-- -- heading back into breezy point and that's where we were evacuated from from 147 Oceanside. Our home that we were in -- destroyed by. Fire many here expected that there would be flooding they would be loved power but then this fire just erupted. You see -- still firefighters. Here on the scene. It's like apocalypse -- hit me like that higher -- We're coming back to see really what remains of where we were -- house gone. And to thank those that. -- -- -- More afraid you know fire and everybody was you know -- -- -- -- Especially look down on this just -- There's nothing left at 147 Oceanside. House after house after pound center out all -- Looking out in -- in the bio Mohamed had. You and I were standing right here looking out in -- night. It is getting bigger and here and we have to have this thing in the island am looking and saying -- -- is -- getting really close does. -- it's a good idea and finally decided as a hit. The house across. Really just -- You know it was just putting whenever we -- together and getting -- This is -- what remains of -- -- we were here on Monday night we came and we visited though inhalants they lived here people this house. Yeah yeah. Ultimately appear at the cooks it. Means that. Much -- they now. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We we -- the fighting closer and and you just liked the idea. Everyone we've talked to here and Irving lost this area -- called wedge and breezy point they say they're gonna rebuild. The going to persevere. And somehow. They're gonna stick together and come back is community my whole town. Oh yeah I'm Angela black kids right yeah. Appropriately got all the -- -- Sitting here reports. One of us. He liked that they were able say I came -- the refugees when the united but it won't say thank you. We thought we were just gonna come here and -- people that just won only.

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