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Though no longer a hurricane, the super storm Sandy has been downgraded to a “Tropical Storm”. This storm left it’s mark heavily in NYC, Washington DC and all around the east coast. With millions out of power and mass transit, It’s going to be awhile until the east coast gets back to normal.

We put together a compilation of a few photos of Amazing photos of Hurricane Sandy in NYC and DC. Would you like to add to the list, tweet them to us at @ClotureClub or email them to us! We at Cloture Club hope you and your family are safe and sound.


Photos of Hurricane Sandy in NYC

Firemen search for people trapped in their cars at 14th street and Avenue C in Manhattan

Lights Out in the NYC Village – Source: Nick Summers

Newark metro is flooding

Street Flooded

Street Flooding. Source: jazzzmiinee

River heads into the city

Jane’s carousel is basically an island now. (@pbump)

Subway system under water — Source: Imgur

The 86th Subway Station in NYC Flooded — Source: r/Andy

Photos of Hurricane Sandy in DC

Amazing Photos of Hurricane Sandy in NYC and DC

Tree Down on 14th St SE — User Submitted CH

Amazing Photos of Hurricane Sandy in NYC and DC

Georgetown is too close to flooding – Via @ddildine

Amazing Photos of Hurricane Sandy in NYC and DC

Potomac is rising every minute — Source: @DelRayPatch

Potomac

Another Potomac rising photo — Source: @MelissaMollet


Bonus!


Hurricane Sandy Details

Hurricane Sandy


In New York, lower Manhattan’s Battery Park recorded nearly 14-foot tide, smashing a record set by 1960’s Hurricane Donna by more than 3 feet. The city had already halted service on its bus and train lines, closing schools and ordering about 400,000 people out of their homes in low-lying areas of Manhattan and elsewhere.

CNN has a detailed list of the damage for all the east coast states


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