Faces of Sandy: Ira Levy

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Although Ira Levy's Levittown home wasn't damaged during Sandy, he's reminded each day that he commutes to work that others on Long Island are still hurting. Parked at the Seaford train station, Levy said there is a car covered in red tape and writing that says people are still "homeless" and "fighting red tape." Videojournalist: Tara Conry (Sept. 28, 2013)

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