March storms' destruction, aftermath photos

Fire Island and Robert Moses State Park are

Fire Island and Robert Moses State Park are hit hard by erosion from the weekend nor'easter. The state parks department is arranging to place 200,000 cubic yards of sand on a badly eroded section of beach at Robert Moses State Park so it can be used by the public this summer. (March 16, 2010) (Credit: Civil Air Patrol)

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On March 13th, the powerful force of a deadly nor'easter of historic proportions left an indelible mark: thousands without power, countless trees uprooted - smashing homes and cars and closing roads - and the worst coastal flooding in nearly 20 years. A second storm hit on March 29-30, flooding homes and streets.

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