Stories From Hurricane Sandy and the Year Since
Much of lower Manhattan stayed dark for four days.
A year ago today, Sandy whipped through New York, bringing 100 mph winds and a 100-year flood. The storm sparked fires, and left the city cloaked in darkness for days.
A year removed from the event, this city is still feeling Sandy's effects in a million different ways. Our favorite stories from the storm, and the year since, represent only a small sample.
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