Communities up and down the eastern American seaboard—in particular the greater New York City area—begin picking up the pieces following Hurricane Sandy, the historic storm that left at least 110 dead, plunged half of Manhattan and myriad towns in darkness and exacted tens of billions of dollars in damage.
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