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Superstorm Sandy -- Then and Now


On Oct. 29, 2012, a combination of weather systems that morphed into monster Superstorm Sandy pummeled the East Coast, killing more than 180 people and causing an estimated $65 billion in damage, making it the second-costliest cyclone in the U.S. behind Hurricane Katrina. One year into the recovery, Associated Press photographers revisited some of the locations hit hardest by the storm. Here, Robert Bryce walks with his wife, Marcia, down the middle of Route 35 in Ortley Beach, N.J., two days after Superstorm Sandy devastated the area.

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