LI left reeling after Sandy's deadly wrath

Frank and Rosemarie Tipaldo were enjoying a

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Frank and Rosemarie Tipaldo were enjoying a "romantic candlelit dinner" when a tree crashed through their home on Chelsea Drive in Port Washington. (Oct. 30, 2012) (Credit: Danielle Finkelstein)

Long Islanders endured darkened homes, flooding, treacherous roadways and loss of life as they continued to struggle Tuesday night with devastation from one of the worst storms in the Island's history.

The death toll from the superstorm Sandy, which battered the region Monday night into Tuesday, rose to at least four on Long Island and, by early Wednesday, 22 in New York City. The Island's...

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