Superstorm Sandy slams the East Coast in fall of 2012

The massive storm impacted over 60 million people.
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66 million Americans are bracing for impact hurricanes sandy lumbering up the East Coast. And threatening to come ashore as an unprecedented super storm. This 900 mile wide behemoth is forecast to become a hurricane again and joined forces with a major winter storm. It is happening rights now hurricane sending crashing onshore. Wins now what ninety miles per hour. It is chaos along jerseys. The super storm battering the barrier islands. In the cross hairs Atlantic City. At this hour rescues are under way families being plucked from waterlogged homes as the images of Sandy's pilloried for it. Dozens of houses were destroyed not my flood not high winds but by a huge fire that had raged for twelve hours and emblazoned on the breezy point. Scenes of us heard devastation. Thousands of people still stranded and at this hour rescuers still scrambling to pull families out of harm's way. More than four million people heading into their fourth night without power. And tonight anger is erupting in some communities here in New York like Staten Island. Where they are sending to plead to elected officials do not forget us.

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