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Cleaning crews work in Manhattan"s financial district following damage from Superstorm Sandy on Monday, November 12. View photos of New York"s recovery.


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Evelyn Faherty hugs a frikết thúc on Sunday, November 11, while discussing the damage done to her home page by Superstorm Sandy in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, Thủ đô New York.
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Volunteers shovel svà and water out of the basement of Monir Islam"s trang chính in the Rockaway Park neighborhood of Queens, New York, on Sunday. The Rockaways peninsula in Queens was one of the areas hardest hit by Sandy. See photos of Rockaway"s continuing struggles.
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Furniture & other belongings are strewn under and around a beach house damaged by Sandy on Saturday, November 10, in Mystic Island, New Jersey.
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Clean-up continues on Saturday, November 10 aý muốn piles of debris where a large section of the iconic boardwalk was washed away in the heavily damaged Rockaways.
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Mac Baker, right, poses with her niece Nytaisha Baker next khổng lồ pots of water she heats on the floor with small flames for a bit of warmth in Baker"s unheated apartment in the Ocean Bay public housing projects in the Far Rockaway neighborhood in Queens on Friday, November 9.
Theresa Goddard, her apartment still without electricity, is overwhelmed while discussing her living conditions on Thursday, November 8, in the Brooklyn borough of Thủ đô New York.
A police officer carries blankets donated by Ikea for people affected by Superstorm Sandy in Brooklyn.
Troops from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit and the U.S. Navy help local residents remove sầu household items damaged by Superstorm Sandy on November 6, in the New Dorp Beach neighborhood of Staten Island, Thủ đô New York.
Voter Sheresa Walker uses a flashlight for poll worker Lloyd Edwards in a tent mix up as a polling place in Queens, Thành Phố New York.
A poll worker directs people lớn a temporary polling center in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn, New York. Polling sites in Coney Isl& & the surrounding area were damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
Michael Fischkelta, 8, lies on his cot with his mother, Jenifer Wilson, in a Red Cross evacuation shelter phối up in the gymnasium of Toms River High School on Monday, November 5, in Toms River, New Jersey. View photos of the recovery efforts in Thủ đô New York.
Ruth Hawfield sits next lớn her cot Monday in a Red Cross evacuation shelter at Toms River High School.
A woman fills out an early voting ballot on Sunday, November 4, in Jersey City, New Jersey. Gov. Chris Christie ordered early voting stations lớn stay open through the weekkết thúc in an effort lớn get people to lớn vote despite the damage done by Superstorm Sandy.
A woman sifts through her mother"s damaged home for items lớn save Sunday in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, New York.
A workman repairs damage to lớn the steeple of the First United Methodist Church on Sunday in Port Jefferson, New York.
Abramê mẩn Cambrelen, 19, takes the Staten Island Ferry to lớn go kiểm tra on his mother Sunday while Thủ đô New York recovers from Hurricane Sandy.
Crowds wait for free gas on Saturday, November 3, at the Bedford Avenue Armory in Brooklyn, New York.
A house sits devastated by Superstorm Sandy on Friday, November 2, in Union Beach, New Jersey. The cost of the storm"s damage in the U.S. is estimated at between $30 billion và $50 billion, according lớn disaster modeling firm Eqecat.
A baby picture lies beneath rubble in a neighborhood devastated by the storm in Union Beach on Friday.
Park Choul works by flashlight in his deli in New York"s East Village on Thursday, November 1. More than 3.3 million customers remained without electriđô thị in 15 states and the District of Columbia four days after Sandy barreled ashore.
Geronimo Harrison"s apartment in the East Village remains without power or water Thursday. He"s using candles for light & a gas stove for heat.
A roller coaster sits in the Atlantic Ocean on Thursday after the Fun Town pier it sat on in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
Amusement-park rides lie mangled on the beach after the Fun Town pier in Seaside Heights was destroyed.
The arcade at the FunTown pier in Seaside Heights is in ruins. Storm damage is expected to cost tens of billions of dollars.
The inside of a gas pump is exposed at a closed station that was recently under floodwater on Thursday, November 1, in Hoboken, New Jersey. Superstorm Sandy, which made landfall along the New Jersey shore, has left the state with a fuel shortage due khổng lồ logistical problems and power failures.
People wait in line for fuel at a Shell Oil station onThursday in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Fuel shortages have led to long lines of cars at gasoline stations in many states.
Bridget De La Torre holds her daughter Neve sầu, 3, as daughter Paz sits nearby while they rest & charge devices on Thursday. They were at a shelter for those affected by Superstorm Sandy at Saints Peter and Paul Church in Hoboken, New Jersey. Bridget"s family has no electrithành phố or hot water, và their car was destroyed by flooding.
Waves break in front of an amusement park destroyed by Superstorm Sandy on Wednesday, October 31, in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. At least 56 people were killed in the storm. New Jersey suffered massive damage & power outages.
People walk near the remains of burned homes in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, Thành Phố New York, on Wednesday.
An overview of the fire damage in Queens, Thủ đô New York, following Hurricane Sandy. Residents in hard-hit areas sifted through the wreckage of Sandy on Wednesday as millions remained without power.
Buildings on the shoreline are pictured from Air Force One as it prepares lớn land in Atlantic City, New Jersey, carrying President Barachồng Obama, who visited areas hardest hit by the unprecedented storm.
President Barack Obama speaks as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looks on, as they visit a shelter for Hurricane Sandy victims in Brigantine, New Jersey.
The shadow of Air Force One is cast on the water as it prepares lớn lvà in Atlantic City on Wednesday, October 31.
Residents in the Rockaway section of Queens, New York, wait to lớn charge their phones at a government generator. Kennedy International Airport in Thủ đô New York và Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey resumed operations on limited schedules Wednesday, and the Thủ đô New York Stock Exchange commenced trading after being closed for two days.
Motorists drive through standing water in Hoboken, New Jersey. Known as the Mile Square City, the low-lying neighborhoods suffered deep flooding resulting from the storm surge associated with Hurricane Sandy.
A thành viên of Army National Guard Unit Gulf 250 from Morristown, New Jersey, evacuates victims of Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken on Wednesday, October 31.
New Jersey Natural Gas technician Carlos Rojas inspects a leaking gas main that is under water at a trang chủ damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach Islvà, New Jersey.
A resident looks through the remnants of his home page in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, Thành Phố New York.
Flood-damaged streets are viewed in the Rockaway section of Queens, New York, where the historic boardwalk was washed away due lớn Hurricane Sandy.
Traders stand outside of the Thủ đô New York Stoông chồng Exchange (NYSE) on Wednesday, October 31. U.S. equity markets resumed trading Wednesday for the first time this week after Hurricane Sandy.
People board the ferry, one of the few functioning transportation systems, in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Wednesday, October 31.
Members of the State University of New York Maritime Academy aid in the relief efforts, using row boats lớn help victims from in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Jimmy Lee, owner of The Nail Store, begins the cleanup of his cửa hàng from damage done by Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken, New Jersey.


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Blaine Badichồng và her fiancee Andrew Grapsas cross a flooded street with their dog while leaving their home page in Hoboken.
Residents walk through the area where the boardwalk was washed away in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, Thủ đô New York, on Wednesday.
A man charges his cellphone at a trang chính that still has power in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Wednesday, October 31. As of Wednesday afternoon, more than 2 million customers in New Jersey were without power.
Customers line up to lớn buy supplies at an Ace Hardware with a power generator in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Wednesday.
A police oto patrols an empty waterfront neighborhood without power in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Wednesday.
Debris from damaged property và the remains of a boardwalk litter the shoreline in Atlantic City on Wednesday.
Waterfront property in Atlantic City lays in tatters on Wednesday. Transportation in the state was crippled by floodwaters, as well.
"We are in a state of crisis all across this state," Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Cory Booker told thanglon39.com on Wednesday. "It"s going to lớn be a challenging time."
A police oto patrols an empty waterfront neighborhood that lost power at dawn in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Wednesday.
Commuters ride a NY Waterway ferry from Jersey City, New Jersey, on Wednesday, the first day of operation since the storm hit.
A man rides on the front of a forklift while recording flood damage for insurance purposes in Little Ferry, New Jersey, on Wednesday.
Con Edison employee John Shammah pauses while working on a steam pipe on First Avenue in New York City on Wednesday.
thanglon39.com iReporter Jordan Shapiro captured this view of the Williamsburg Bridge in Thành Phố New York at 11 p.m. on Tuesday, October 30. Half of the bridge và Brooklyn is lit, while the Manhattan side and the surrounding part of the islvà remain shrouded in darkness.
Dog owners in Alexandria, Virginia, gathered khổng lồ see the flood waters left by Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday.
People wait in line lớn fill containers with gas at a Shell station in Edison, New Jersey, on Tuesday. Superstorm Sandy left much of Bergen County flooded and without power.
Aerial images from the U.S. Coast Guard show the coastline in Brigantine, New Jersey, on Tuesday. Sandy struck land near Atlantic City, New Jersey, around high tide Monday night.
Homes and other buildings in Brigantine were destroyed in Sandy"s wake. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie described the devastation in the state as "unthinkable."
Homes are flooded Tuesday in Tuckerton, New Jersey. President Barachồng Obama signed major disaster declarations for New Jersey & Thủ đô New York, clearing the way for federal aid.
A resident walks down a street covered in beach svà due to lớn flooding from Hurricane Sandy in Long Beach, Thủ đô New York on Tuesday.
Firefighters work to lớn extinguish flames in a home in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens on Tuesday. The massive fire broke out during the storm và destroyed at least 80 homes
Ted Wondsel, owner of Ted"s Fishing Station in Long Beach, assesses the damage to lớn his business Tuesday.
People wait outside a shelter at the Berren County Technical Schools Teterboro Campus on Tuesday in Hasbrouông chồng Heights, New Jersey.
Utility workers from Delmarva Power replace a power pole that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy in Ocean City, Maryland, on Tuesday.
Dale Kelly sits on a bench Tuesday on a flooded street in Ocean City, New Jersey, which was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.
Ted Wondsel, left, of Point Lookout works on part of a doông chồng destroyed in the storm in Long Beach on Tuesday.
West Broadway in Long Beach is covered in beach s& due lớn flooding from Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday.
Residents walk along a street covered in beach svà after floodwaters from Superstorm Sandy retreated Tuesday in Long Beach.
A Virgin Mary statue stands in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, Thành Phố New York, on Tuesday after a fire fed by high winds destroyed at least 80 homes, officials said.
President Baraông xã Obama outlines the federal government"s response lớn Superstorm Sandy at the Red Cross headquarters in Washington.
Firefighters work to lớn contain the fire in Queens on Tuesday. Some 200 firefighters battled the six-alarm btia laze.
"My message khổng lồ the federal government: no bureaucracy, no red tape, get resources where they"re needed as fast as possible, as hard as possible, và for the duration," Obama said in Washington Tuesday. Both Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney canceled campaign events.
People stand on a mound of construction dirt on Tuesday to lớn view a section of the uptown boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, that was destroyed by flooding.
A firefighter looks through debris in Queens on Tuesday. In September, the same area endured severe weather as a powerful cold front brought heavy rain, high winds and a tornavì.
Emergency personnel help a resident of Little Ferry, New Jersey, onto a boat after rescuing her from floodwater on Tuesday.
Dean Walter, left. and Henry Young walk along a seawall in Scituate, Massachusetts, with their surfboards after going inkhổng lồ the heavy surf for about đôi mươi minutes on Tuesday.
People stvà aý muốn the debris of the destroyed section of Atlantic City, New Jersey"s, uptown boardwalk on Tuesday.
Sailboats rest on the ground after being tipped over by Superstorm Sandy on City Islvà, New York, on Tuesday.
Onlookers watch a dangling crane, damaged in the winds of Superstorm Sandy, atop a luxury high-rise under construction in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday.
A home page badly damaged by Superstorm Sandy sits along the shoreline in Milford, Connecticut, on Tuesday.
Rescue workers use a hovercraft to rescue a resident using a wheelchair from floodwaters in Little Ferry, New Jersey, on Tuesday.
A resident of Little Ferry, New Jersey, assists in rescue efforts with his personal watercraft on Tuesday.
The HMS Bounty, a 180-foot sailboat, is submerged in the Atlantic Ocean about 90 miles southeast of Hatteras, North Carolimãng cầu, on Monday, October 29.
A man walks through the debris of a 2,000-foot section of Atlantic City, New Jersey"s "uptown" boardwalk on Tuesday. It was destroyed by flooding from Sandy.
Sam Rigby walks on Tuesday near an uprooted tree that grazed his house & hit his neighbor"s house in Washington.
A photographer shoots waves in Lake Michigan generated by the remnants of Sandy as they crash into the Chicago shoreline on Tuesday.
A man takes pictures of cars from the steps of a trang chính on a flooded street at Hoboken in New Jersey, on Tuesday.
Atlantic City, New Jersey, resident Kyên ổn Johnson inspects the area around her flooded apartment building on Tuesday.
A man jogs near a darkened Manhattung skyline on Tuesday after much of Thành Phố New York City lost electriđô thị.


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Workers clear a tree blocking East 96th Street in Central Park in Thành Phố New York on Tuesday. View more photos of the recovery efforts in New York.
Here’s a look at Hurricane Sandy, which was also called “Superstorm Sandy.”

According khổng lồ the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Hurricane Sandy affected 24 states và all of the eastern seaboard. Causing an estimated $78.7 billion in damages, it was the fourth-costliest US storm behind Hurricane Katrina in 2005 & hurricanes Harvey & Maria in 2017, according khổng lồ the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

October 22-29, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy, as a hurricane & a post-tropical cyclone, is directly responsible for at least 147 deaths in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center. The death toll in the United States directly attributed to Sandy includes 48 in Thủ đô New York, 12 in New Jersey, five sầu in Connecticut, two in Pennsylvania và five in other states. In the Caribbean, Haiti (54 deaths) and Cutía (11 deaths) are the countries affected the most, & there is one death in Canadomain authority.

Records

October 29, 2012 - Hurricane-hunter aircraft measure Sandy’s central pressure at 940 millibars – 27.76 inches - the lowest barometric reading ever recorded for an Atlantic storm to lớn make landfall north of Cape Hatteras, North Carolimãng cầu. The previous record holder was the 1938 “Long Isl& Express” Hurricane, which dropped as low as 946 millibars.

October 29, 2012 - The surge level at Battery Park in Thành Phố New York tops 13.88 feet at 9:24 p.m., surpassing the old record of 10.02 feet, set by Hurricane Donna in 1960.

October 29, 2012 - New York Harbor’s surf reaches a record màn chơi when a buoy measures a 32.5-foot wave. That wave sầu is more than seven feet taller than a 25-foot wave sầu churned up by Hurricane Irene in 2011.

Timeline

October 22, 2012 - Sandy develops inkhổng lồ a tropical storm in the Caribbean Sea.

October 24, 2012 - Sandy develops inkhổng lồ a Category 1 hurricane.

October 24, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy makes landfall near Kingston, Jamaica, with winds of 80 mph.

October 25, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy makes landfall in southeastern Cucha as a Category 2 hurricane with 105 mph winds.

October 25, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy makes landfall in Haiti and the Bahamas.

October 26, 2012- Is a Category 1 with winds of 80 mph. - Thành Phố New York, Maryland, Washington, Pennsylvania và North Carolimãng cầu declare a state of emergency. - Maine Governor Paul R. LePage signs a limited Emergency Declaration that will allow power crews from other states and/or Canadomain authority to lớn help Maine prepare for Sandy.

October 27, 2012 - The National Weather Service downgrades Sandy to a tropical storm.- Sandy strengthens to a Category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of 75 mph. - New Jersey, Connecticut và Massachusetts declare states of emergency. - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie orders residents living in the barrier islands from Sandy Hook South to lớn Cape May to lớn evacuate. He orders the casinos lớn evacuate no later than 4 p.m. on Sunday. - Amtrak cancels several of its runs that originate or end in East Coast stations.

October 28, 2012 - New York’s Metropolirã Transportation Authority suspends subway & commuter rail services at 7 p.m. Bus services are suspended at 9 p.m. - Governor Andrew Cuomo directs Army và Air National Guard members lớn mobilize.- Thành Phố New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg orders evacuations in low-lying areas and public school closures. - Rhode Islvà declares a state of emergency.- President Baraông chồng Obama declares a state of emergency in Connecticut, Washington, Delaware, Marylvà, Massachusetts, New York và Rhode Isl&. - The Broadway League cancels all Broadway performances for Sunday and Monday nights. - The Port Authority of Thủ đô New York and New Jersey suspends all its train service at midnight until further notice.- Airlines cancel flights. - Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority suspends all services.

October 29, 2012 - Approaches lvà as a Category 2 storm. - The Thủ đô New York Stoông xã Exchange suspends all trading operations. - Hurricane force winds extkết thúc 175 miles out from Sandy’s eye, making it much larger than most storms of its type. - US Federal offices in Washington area cthua to the public.- United Nations headquarters in Manhattan closes.- Metro in Washington closes its transit service.- Cđại bại lớn 11 million commuters are without service. - West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin declares a state of emergency due to snow & rain from Hurricane Sandy. - 6,700 National Guard are on active duty or in the process of activating lớn tư vấn the governors of the states affected by Hurricane Sandy. - Hurricane Sandy weakens to lớn a post-tropical cyclone in the evening before making landfall along the coast of southern New Jersey.- At least 110 homes burn to lớn the ground in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, Thành Phố New York. The cause of the bLaser is not immediately released. - Three reactors experience trips, or shutdowns, during the storm, according lớn a Nuclear Regulatory Commission statement.

October 30, 2012 - The Thành Phố New York Stoông xã Exchange remains closed for the second consecutive day, the first time this has happened because of weather since 1888.- Kennedy Airport reopens for some airlines lớn lvà planes beginning at 10 p.m.- New York’s LaGuardia và Newark Liberty International Airport remain closed due lớn storm damage.- 7.9 million businesses & households are without electric power in 15 states and the District of Columbia. - 9,000 people in 13 states spend the night in 171 Red Cross operated-shelters- The Red Cross reports that 300 blood drives are canceled due to lớn the storm.- The majority of the 1,400 Guardsmen in Massachusetts activated for Hurricane Sandy began the process of returning to lớn their home page stations.- Helicopter performs rooftop rescues of five sầu adults và one child trapped in houses on Staten Islvà due to lớn rising waters.- National Guard arrives in Hoboken, New Jersey.

October 31, 2012- The Thủ đô New York Stoông chồng Exchange reopens after being shut down for two days. Bloomberg rings the opening bell.- John F. Kennedy và Newark Liberty International Airports reopen at 7:00 a.m. with limited service.- Hoboken Hudson River ferry service restarts at 7 a.m. from New Jersey lớn the World Financial Center.- Federal agencies in Washington reopen.- Storm-related outages are down khổng lồ just over 6.3 million.- Obama and Christie tour the storm-damaged area near Atlantic City.- New York’s Bellevue Hospital, one of the nation’s largest hospitals, begins evacuating the more than 725 patients after an investigation reveals that the damage sustained is extensive sầu.

November 1, 2012- 4.8 million customers remain without power in 15 states & the District of Columbia. - LaGuardia Airport reopens with limited service.- Manhatrã public schools remain closed.- Theaters on Broadway reopen.

November 2, 2012 - Areas hit by Sandy are still experiencing gas shortage problems due to gas stations without electrical power. - According to lớn the US Chamber of Commerce Business Civil Leadership center, businesses have sầu contributed more than $33 million in donations. - The Thành Phố New York City Maranhỏ nhắn, scheduled for November 4, is canceled. - 3.3 million customers remain without power. - Con Edison restores power khổng lồ approximately 460,000 out of 910,000 customers who were impacted.- The US Energy Information Administration reports that approximately 67% of gas stations in metropolichảy Thành Phố New York vị not have gas for sale.

November 3, 2012- Gas rationing begins in 12 New Jersey counties.- Con Edison announces it has restored electricity to lớn more than 645,000 customers, or approximately 70% of all those who lost power.- Cuomo announces the Metropolichảy Transportation Authority has restored 80% of the New York subway system including subway service between Brooklyn and Manhattung.- The US Energy Information Administration estimates that 38% of stations in metropolichảy New York vày not have sầu gasoline for sale.

November 4, 2012- Thủ đô New York City Public Schools announce via their official feed that schools will begin to lớn open on November 5. More than 80 of the schools in the district have sầu experienced severe damage and cannot be opened that day. - 2.206 million customers are without power in 15 states & the District of Columbia.- Con Edison announces it has restored electriđô thị lớn more than 750,000 customers, leaving 198,000 still without power.- Bloomberg says between 30,000 and 40,000 people in New York could need housing.- The US Energy Information Administration reports that roughly 27% of stations in metropolichảy New York vì chưng not have sầu gas available for purchase.- The White House nhà trắng, which has already approved more than $137 million in direct assistance for those in need, says that about 164,000 Connecticut, New York and New Jersey residents have applied for federal assistance from FEMA.- The New York City Board of Elections announces the decision khổng lồ temporarily relocate or combine some polling locations across the five sầu boroughs because of damage from Superstorm Sandy.

November 6, 2012- Residents in some of the affected areas are allowed lớn vote in the presidential election via tin nhắn or fax, & some states allow voters khổng lồ vote at any polling station.

November 7, 2012 - More than 600,000 people are still without power. - Cuomo fires his chief of emergency management after the employee allegedly used government workers khổng lồ clear a tree from his driveway in Long Isl& during the hurricane.- The Red Cross announces it has raised nearly $103 million in donations for Sandy victims.- More than 352,000 people have registered for assistance & more than $403 million have been approved for FEMA assistance. - Over 71,000 applicants are eligible for more than $385 million in housing assistance.- A nor’easter, a svào low pressure system with powerful northeasterly winds coming from the ocean ahead of a storm, hits the areas already damaged by Sandy.

November 9, 2012- Gas rationing begins in Thành Phố New York City and Nassau & Suffolk counties on Long Island.

November 28, 2012 - Christie estimates damage from Sandy related storms to be about $36.8 billion. $29.4 billion in repair và restoration $7.4 billion in supplemental mitigation protection & prevention coverage - Christie appoints Marc Frenz, a former Executive Assistant Attorney General, to lớn manage Sandy’s storm recovery within the Governor’s office. - Bloomberg estimates the total public & private losses lớn New York City to lớn be $19 billion. Approximately $15 billion is for the losses not covered by private insurance $3.8 billion will be compensated by insured private losses- Cuomo says Sandy has cost New York state $41.9 billion. $32.8 billion in repair and restoration costs $9.1 billion in mitigation & prevention costs- At one point, cthua kém lớn three million people in New Jersey were without power.

January 11, 2013 - The Metropolichảy Transportation Authority (MTA) estimates that Sandy caused $5 billion dollars in losses: $4.75 billion in infrastructure damage & a further $246 million in lost revenue and increased operating costs.

February 12, 2013 - According lớn a report released by the National Hurricane Center, Sandy is expected lớn rank as the second-costliest tropical cyclone on record, after Hurricane Katrimãng cầu of 2005, và will probably be the sixth-costliest cyclone when adjusting for inflation, population & wealth normalization factors.

- The report indicates Sandy is responsible for the “greademo number of US direct fatalities related to a tropical cyclone outside of the southern states since Hurricane Agnes of 1972.”

- Cuomo announces that his administration has sent letters khổng lồ various banks and mortgage service providers asking them to lớn “use maximum discretion và effort lớn tốc độ the release of funds.” According to Cuomo, banks are holding more than $200 million in insurance payments meant for Sandy victims.

May 18, 2021 - The journal Nature Communications reports that climate change added $8.1 billion to lớn the cost of the damage from Hurricane Sandy.