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Sandy anniversary

Two years ago today, Hurricane Sandy clobbered the tri-state area, leaving in its wake a massive amount of destruction that has cost billions of dollars in repairs.
Trees were uprooted all over the city.
People were in shock.
A day after the storm.
NJ was directly in Sandy's path, receiving 20-foot surfs.
The power outage last days for some New Yorkers.
Here's how we covered the big storm surge.
The MTA tweeted today that select subway lines will be free on Tuesday to commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
Photos of multiple sites around NY and NJ that suffered damage during Hurricane Sandy, and how those locations look today.
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