More Photos: The Day After Storm Sandy Struck

  • The death toll from Hurricane Sandy last night has climbed above 30 and is likely to increase as emergency workers continue to survey the extensive damage across a number of states. “The worst is over,” Governor Andrew Cuomo said in an interview earlier today. “I believe the worst may be for New Yorkers when they realize the extent of the damage….We don’t have the final number of fatalities because we haven’t found everyone yet.”

    The most heavily damaged neighborhood in the city may very well be Breezy Point in Queens, but other parts of the city were underwater too. Click on the image to start a slideshow of photographs of the destruction in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.

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