More photos of Sandy and its aftermath

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This boat wound up at the intersection of Beard and Richards streets in Red Hook.
The storm surge coated DUMBO in a layer of debris.
Workers surveyed the damage and started cleaning inside Fairway in Red Hook.
Floodwaters ripped through Fairway in Red Hook.
Surging waters inundated homes — and forced many Brooklynites to toss out their soaked possessions.
Hurricane Sandy toppled trees inside and outside of Prospect Park — blocking the controversial Prospect Park West bike lane.
The storm flooded the basement and shattered the windows at Frank Morales’s Van Brunt Street home.
Red Hook residents tried to stay out of the floodwater left behind by Hurricane Sandy as they made their way home.
The storm left wreckage scattered across Red Hook.
Hurricane Sandy did not spare Green-Wood Cemetery.
Hurricane Sandy hit Red Hook with strong wind, heavy rain, and a powerful storm surge.
Hurricane Sandy damaged the walls and floor inside the River Cafe — and forced the lauded restaurant to let off a little water on Tuesday.
High tides in DUMBO left debris at Fulton Ferry Landing.
The storm surge left behind huge puddles in DUMBO.
Red Hook was one of many waterfront neighborhoods that endured a devastating storm surge during Hurricane Sandy.
Van Brunt Street near Fairway was underwater on Tuesday.

Here’s an additional batch of photos showing Hurricane Sandy hitting the borough — and the damaged it left behind. Click here for pictures from Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods.

Updated 5:36 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Marion from Sheepshead bay road says:
How are things along bay road no pictures and on shore pkwy along belt and brown street off emmons
Nov. 1, 2012, 12:19 pm
Brooklyn from Windsor Terrace says:
The storm surge could only have made Hope and Anchor cleaner - thank goodness!
Nov. 1, 2012, 10:33 pm
ty from pps says:
"blocking the controversial Prospect Park West bike lane"

Couldn't resists, eh?
Nov. 2, 2012, 2:25 pm

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