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Heather Hudson, 40, of Oceanside, looks at her (Credit: Anthony Lanzilote)

Heather Hudson, 40, of Oceanside, looks at her home, which was badly damaged during Sandy. (Nov. 11, 2012)

Oceanside Sandy photos

Oceanside in Nassau County was flooded by Sandy, and many houses where either left entirely uninhabitable or without power for weeks.

Discarded furniture and flooring lined the sidewalks in
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Discarded furniture and flooring lined the sidewalks in front of homes on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Dirt piles, fallen trees and trash take up
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Dirt piles, fallen trees and trash take up most of the block on Greentree Drive in Oceanside as residents continue cleaning up two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Superstorm Sandy damaged not only on the golf
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Superstorm Sandy damaged not only on the golf course of the Middle Bay Country Club but also other facilities. The club announced in January 2013 that it is closing and heading into bankruptcy. (Nov. 13, 2012)

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A tree fell next to a home on
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A tree fell next to a home on Bennett Street in Oceanside after superstorm Sandy two weeks ago. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Michael Diviaio, 34, warned looters to keep away
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Michael Diviaio, 34, warned looters to keep away from his home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island, by displaying signs outside his home and walking his street armed. (Nov. 13, 2012)

A damaged car was parked on Skillman Avenue
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A damaged car was parked on Skillman Avenue in Oceanside, next to Middle Bay Country golf course. (Nov. 13, 2012)

The backyard of a home on Waukena Avenue
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The backyard of a home on Waukena Avenue in Oceanside was taken up Sandy caused a tree to fall. (Nov. 13, 2012)

A discarded toilet was left outside a home
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A discarded toilet was left outside a home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside after superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 13, 2012)

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From Gintell Street in Oceanside, a swan swims
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From Gintell Street in Oceanside, a swan swims by a damaged dock on the other side of the creek. (Nov. 13, 2012)

A damp mattress and carpeting fill the back
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A damp mattress and carpeting fill the back porch of a home on Gintell Street in Oceanside, two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Trash bags lined the sidewalks in front of
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Trash bags lined the sidewalks in front of homes on Waukena Avenue in Oceanside two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Trash bags and piles of discarded furniture and
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Trash bags and piles of discarded furniture and flooring still take up the front yard of one home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Trash bags lined the sidewalks in front of
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Trash bags lined the sidewalks in front of homes on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island. (Nov. 13, 2012)

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The front yard of a home on Lindbergh
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The front yard of a home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside was filled with a pile of discarded furniture and other items that were ruined in late October by superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Many docks and decks have been damaged or
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Many docks and decks have been damaged or submerged in the creek in back of Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside. (Nov. 13, 2012)

About two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long
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About two weeks after superstorm Sandy hit Long Island, a trash bin is still submerged in the creek in the back of a man's home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside. (Nov. 13, 2012)

Many docks and decks have been damaged or
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Many docks and decks have been damaged or submerged in the creek in back of Lindenbergh and Ocean Avenues in Oceanside. (Nov. 13, 2012)

The front yard of a home on Waukena
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The front yard of a home on Waukena Avenue in Oceanside was taken up by a pile of discarded furniture and other items that were ruined by superstorm Sandy two weeks prior. (Nov. 13, 2012)

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Michael Lande cries as he sits on a
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Michael Lande cries as he sits on a piece of his ruined furniture now deposited on his front lawn. Michael and Judy Lande of Oceanside lost all their possessions on the ground floor of their home and severe damage to the house itself from superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Heather Hudson's Sandy ravaged Oceanside home. (Nov. 11,
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Heather Hudson's Sandy ravaged Oceanside home. (Nov. 11, 2012)

Heather Hudson's Sandy ravaged Oceanside home. (Nov. 11,
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Heather Hudson's Sandy ravaged Oceanside home. (Nov. 11, 2012)

A woman looks through donated cloths for Sandy
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A woman looks through donated cloths for Sandy victims at Oceanside High School in Oceanside. (Nov. 11, 2012)

Heather Hudson, 40, center, talks the contractors the
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Heather Hudson, 40, center, talks the contractors the are gutting her Sandy ravaged Oceanside home. (Nov. 11, 2012)

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Heather Hudson, 40, of Oceanside, looks at her
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Heather Hudson, 40, of Oceanside, looks at her home, which was badly damaged during Sandy. (Nov. 11, 2012)

Oceanside football coach Rob Blount stops to thank
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Oceanside football coach Rob Blount stops to thank FEMA Corps volunteers before leading his team onto the field. Residents went to Oceanside High School to see the team play Syosset and take their minds off the impact of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 9, 2012)

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