PHOTOS: The Day After Superstorm Sandy

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    Robert Connolly, left, embraces his wife Laura as they survey the remains of her parent's home that burned to the ground in the Breezy Point section of Queens, N.Y. More than 50 homes were destroyed in the fire which swept through the oceanfront community during Superstorm Sandy. At right is their son, Kyle.
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    An aerial image of the burned-out homes of the Breezy Point, N.Y. After Sandy, fire and floodwaters transformed this quaint corner of the Rockaways into a smoke-filled debris field.
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    Brian Hajeski, 41, of Brick, N.J., reacts as he looks at debris of a home that washed up on to the Mantoloking Bridge in Mantoloking, N.J. Storm damage has halted mass transit and cut power to more than 6 million homes and businesses.
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    In Atlantic City, NJ, people stand on a mound of construction dirt to view the area where a 2,000-foot section of the 'uptown' boardwalk was destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Sandy. The storm has claimed more than 30 lives and has caused massive flooding across much of the Atlantic seaboard.
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    A car is seen on fire in the Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y.
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    An unidentified body lies covered in a parking lot in Hackensack, NJ. According to local police, the body was found in the flooded lot with a stalled car nearby. Both Hackensack and Bergen County experienced considerable flooding due to last night's storm.
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    Workers clear debris outside the Consolidated Edison power sub-station on 14th Street on Tuesday, in New York City.
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    Arlene O'Dell stands in front of her home where several trees fell, one crushing her car, as a result of the powerful winds and rain of Superstorm Sandy on Tuesday in Sea Cliff, N.Y.
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    A parking lot full of yellow cabs is flooded as a result of Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken, N.J.
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    The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel is flooded after a tidal surge caused by Sandy. According to The Associated Press, it's now thought there have been at least 33 deaths, including at least 17 in New York State.
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    Dozens of homes and vehicles have been destroyed after a fire caused by Sandy, in Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. More than 190 firefighters contained the six-alarm blaze. According to The Associated Press, projected storm damage is between $10 billion and $20 billion.
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    A worker picks up plywood from a scaffolding site in New York's Lower East Side in the aftermath of Sandy on Tuesday.
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    A man surveys a flooded store in the financial district of New York City.
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    Emergency personnel rescue residents from flood waters brought on by Sandy in Little Ferry, N.J.
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    Kim Johnson inspects the area around her apartment building in Atlantic City, N.J. Johnson fled the area when the water began to rise Monday.
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