7 memorable videos of Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath
Get a first-hand look at the damage this storm inflicted on the East Coast.
Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 02:40 PM
The storm flooded New York's 48th Avenue on Monday night.
Hurricane Sandy pummeled the East Coast this week, flooding streets, destroying buildings and creating millions of memorable moments. Take a closer look at the storm damage from Florida to New York through these videos:
Where did that wall go?
The stress of the hurricane caused the facade of this Chelsea apartment building to collapse on Oct. 29 in Manhattan.
Water, water everywhere
The East River flooded 48th Avenue in Long Island City, N.Y.
Hurricane in time-lapse
This time-lapse of Hurricane Sandy was created from individual images taken from the New York Times building in New York.
The big boom
A massive transformer explosion at the Con Edison plant knocked out power to tens of thousands of people in Lower Manhattan.
Hudson River flooding
The Hudson River overflowed, flooding city parks and streets.
Not so sunny in Florida
Hurricane Sandy brought waves of water onto Florida State Road A1A and Sunrise Boulevard at Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Fla.
Water levels rising
This Connecticut neighborhood experienced heavy flooding after Hurricane Sandy swept through.
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