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Long Island City »

The landmark Hunters Point restaurant was flooded by 6 feet of water and hopes to reopen in three months.

Coney Island »

One Ocean Towers elevator was restored, but some elderly and disabled are still trapped in their homes.

Gerritsen Beach »

Richard Krins, 68, was found dead is his Gerritsen Beach home on Oct. 31.

Port Morris »

The popular Bruckner Bar and Grill suffered major flooding. Another business had its ceiling collapse.

Midland Beach »

Many court officers, the men and women who keep the courts secure, lost everything in Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

A Gerritsen Beach family had five homes damaged and three cars ruined by Hurricane Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

Good Samaritans have used a Jet Ski and a monster truck to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

Inwood »

Hurricane Sandy uprooted trees and caused damage at Swindler Cove, a restored natural habitat.

New York City »

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, another coastal storm is on track to strike the Northeast on Wednesday.

South Street Seaport »

Business owners at South Street Seaport are working tirelessly to clean up the damage caused by Sandy.

Upper East Side »

Jon Candelaria, 25, waded into chest deep flood waters during Hurricane Sandy to carry a man to safety.

Midland Beach »

Staten Island looked like a disaster zone after Sandy as locals clean up what is left of their homes.

New York City »

Stoudemire posted a picture of what he claimed to be his Range Rover submerged in water.

DUMBO »

Locals worked hard Tuesday morning to clean up after Monday night's flooding.

Far Rockaway »

40,000 residents are without power after the hurricane struck the waterfront section of Queens.