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Breezy Point, Queens, one year after everything changed [Video]
Climate Desk revisits the close-knit Queens neighborhood of Breezy Point which, a year ago today, was leveled by a fire sparked by Superstorm Sandy's floodwaters. Rebuilding is on the minds of most residents as is the prohibitive cost of flood insurance.
Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 10:00 AM
"If we have a major storm this year I'm going to have to move to Kansas or something and dodge tornados. I'm very concerned about the intensity, or what seems to be the intensity, of weather patterns happening. I think you have to be an idiot not to be believe in global warming or climate change or to think that it's not happening. — Breezy Point, Queens, homeowner Lou Schire
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