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Maya Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 3, struggles with (Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Maya Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 3, struggles with a bag of clothes her family is leaving for Sandy victims with the Jewish Community Center on the Hudson in Tarrytown. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Superstorm Sandy pictures of aftermath in the Hudson Valley

Superstorm Sandy triggered flooding, high winds, evacuations and road, school and government closures throughout the Hudson Valley.

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point rests on land as clean up begins. (Oct. 31, 2012)

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A boat pushed by Hurricane Sandy into the Ba Mar trailer park in Stony Point rests on land as clean up begins. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Motorists try to move their cars out of
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Motorists try to move their cars out of the way as water rises near the intersection of Rushmore and Mamaroneck avenues in Mamaroneck. (Oct. 29, 2012)

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Maya Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 3, struggles with
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Maya Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 3, struggles with a bag of clothes her family is leaving for Sandy victims with the Jewish Community Center on the Hudson in Tarrytown. (Nov. 10, 2012)

JCC on the Hudson Associate Executive Director Lisa
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

JCC on the Hudson Associate Executive Director Lisa Feinman stacks a bag of donated goods from the Edelman family of Irvington with other bags. (Nov. 10, 2012)

The Edelman family of Irvington bring bags of
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

The Edelman family of Irvington bring bags of donated items into JCC on the Hudson. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Jayme Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 6, carries in
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Jayme Lubell of Dobbs Ferry, 6, carries in bags of clothes to donate to Sandy victims at JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown. (Nov. 10, 2012)

Dante Frazer of Nyack, 13, carries bags of
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Dante Frazer of Nyack, 13, carries bags of linen going to a family displaced by Hurricane Sandy outside the Nyack Center. (Nov. 9, 2012)

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Lisa Retallack, left, and Julie Cassel of Nyack
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Lisa Retallack, left, and Julie Cassel of Nyack sort bags of groceries to give out to people who lost food during Hurricane Sandy at the Nyack Center. So far, the volunteers have distributed more than 250 bags of food to approximately 175 families. (Nov. 9, 2012)

Lawrence Gross of Scarsdale, 66, holds documents at
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

Lawrence Gross of Scarsdale, 66, holds documents at the FEMA staging area at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. Gross said, "I applied for FEMA and got nowhere. They are not covering anything." (Nov. 9, 2012)

A resident applies for assistance at the FEMA
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

A resident applies for assistance at the FEMA staging area at Westchester County Center in White Plains. (Nov. 9, 2012)

A resident arrives at the FEMA staging area
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

A resident arrives at the FEMA staging area at Westchester County Center in White Plains. (Nov. 9, 2012)

A resident waits to apply for assistance at
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

A resident waits to apply for assistance at the FEMA staging area at Westchester County Center in White Plains. (Nov. 9, 2012)

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Greenburgh Police Benevolent Association president Sgt. Sean Hagen
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Greenburgh Police Benevolent Association president Sgt. Sean Hagen makes calls as members load donated goods at Greenburgh police headquarters to take for Sandy victims in the Rockaways. (Nov. 9, 2012)

Officer Eric Lederer with the Greenburgh Police Benevolent
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Officer Eric Lederer with the Greenburgh Police Benevolent Association carries donated children's items at Greenburgh police headquarters to take to the Rockaways to assist residents after Sandy. Several local businesses and residents made donations. (Nov. 9, 2012)

Ofc. Pete Dandreano with the Greenburgh Police Benevolent
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Ofc. Pete Dandreano with the Greenburgh Police Benevolent Association loads donated goods at Greenburgh police headquarters to take to the Rockaways to assist residents after Sandy. (Nov. 9, 2012)

Ofc. Pete Dandreano, left, takes bags from Greenburgh
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Ofc. Pete Dandreano, left, takes bags from Greenburgh Police Benevolent Association President Sgt. Sean Hagen at Greenburgh police headquarters to take to the Rockaways to assist residents after Sandy. Several local businesses and residents made donations. (Nov. 9, 2012)

An insurance adjuster surveys a destroyed property on
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

An insurance adjuster surveys a destroyed property on River Road in Stony Point. He declined to give his name or the company he works for but said, "This reminds me of after [Hurricane] Katrina." (Nov. 8, 2012)

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A toilet lays on the ground outside destroyed
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A toilet lays on the ground outside destroyed property on River Road in Stony Point. (Nov. 8, 2012)

A destroyed property located at 16 River Rd.
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A destroyed property located at 16 River Rd. in Stony Point appears to be on the verge of collapse. (Nov. 8, 2012)

An insurance adjuster, back right, surveys a destroyed
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

An insurance adjuster, back right, surveys a destroyed property on River Road in Stony Point. He declined to give his name or the company he works for, but said, "This reminds me of after Katrina." (Nov. 8, 2012)

Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke answers questions during
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke answers questions during a press conference as FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. (Nov. 8, 2012)

Con Edison engineer Delvia Stephens, right, talks with
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Con Edison engineer Delvia Stephens, right, talks with Port Chester resident Carol Fischer, who is still without power, as FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. Fischer lost power during Irene last year, she said, and was told the long-term problem was solved at that time. (Nov. 8, 2012)

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Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino talks with Port
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino talks with Port Chester resident Azline Kemp, who moved to the area in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina and is now without power after Sandy, as FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. (Nov. 8, 2012)

Utility workers work on lines on Westchester Avenue
(Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Utility workers work on lines on Westchester Avenue between Rye Brook and Port Chester. (Nov. 8, 2012)

A utility crew works to restore power near
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A utility crew works to restore power near Paramount Country Club in New City. (Nov. 8, 2012)

O&R crew members celebrate after turning on power
(Credit: Faye Murman)

O&R crew members celebrate after turning on power to over 20 homes on Eagle Valley Road in Sloatsburg. (Nov. 6, 2012)

Mike Stone successfully restores power to residents on
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Mike Stone successfully restores power to residents on Eagle Valley Road in Sloatsburg. (Nov. 6, 2012)

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Tyler Rhodes, of Sloatsburg, shakes hands with O&R
(Credit: Faye Murman)

Tyler Rhodes, of Sloatsburg, shakes hands with O&R employee Bill Tarantino, of Suffern, after the utility company successfully brought power back to the area seven days after Hurricane Sandy. (Nov. 6, 2012)

A utility crew works on power lines on
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A utility crew works on power lines on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. The lines are directly connected to Upper Nyack Elementary School, which will serve as a polling place for the elections tomorrow. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Pedestrians filled up small containers of gas for
(Credit: Lili Holzer-Glier)

Pedestrians filled up small containers of gas for generators and stranded cars in Yonkers. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Cars stretched for blocks beyond the Gulf gas
(Credit: Lili Holzer-Glier)

Cars stretched for blocks beyond the Gulf gas station in Yonkers Monday. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Yonkers delis provided food and coffee for drivers
(Credit: Lili Holzer-Glier)

Yonkers delis provided food and coffee for drivers trapped in lines for fuel. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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Sagar Malaysian of Ultimate Quality Fuel in Yonkers
(Credit: Lili Holzer-Glier)

Sagar Malaysian of Ultimate Quality Fuel in Yonkers fears they won't have gas again for weeks. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A utility worker helps restore power at Liberty
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A utility worker helps restore power at Liberty Elementary School in Valley Cottage. The school will serve as a polling place for the elections tomorrow. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A utility crew works on power lines on
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A utility crew works on power lines on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. The lines are directly connected to Upper Nyack Elementary School, which will serve as a polling place for the elections tomorrow. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A man exits his car to survey the
(Credit: Faye Murman)

A man exits his car to survey the long line for gas at the Shell station on McLean Ave and Monroe Pl in Yonkers. Gas is scarce after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the Hudson Valley and damaged several ports on the East Coast responsible for shipping the fuel across the country. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A utility crew from Florida works on power
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A utility crew from Florida works on power lines on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. The lines are directly connected to Upper Nyack Elementary School, which will serve as a polling place for the elections tomorrow. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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Millwood Fire Department Commissioner Angelo Induce uses a
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

Millwood Fire Department Commissioner Angelo Induce uses a flashlight examine the generator at the Millford Fire Station. The generator at the station, which normally serves as a polling station, was damaged during Hurricane Sandy leaving the building with no electricity. (Nov. 5, 2012)

The Metro-North train station inYonkers is making a
(Credit: Faye Murman)

The Metro-North train station inYonkers is making a full recovery after Hurricane Sandy, with nearly 140,000 MTA commuters boarding trains to and from New York City on whole.

Yard waste awaiting pickup lines Paradise Avenue in
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Yard waste awaiting pickup lines Paradise Avenue in Piermont. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Large appliances ruined by flooding line Paradise Avenue
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Large appliances ruined by flooding line Paradise Avenue awaiting pickup in Piermont. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Large appliances ruined by flooding line Paradise Avenue
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Large appliances ruined by flooding line Paradise Avenue awaiting pickup in Piermont. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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Greg McKillop scratches his head as he surveys
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Greg McKillop scratches his head as he surveys the Sparkill Creek while cleanup continues near his home on Paradise Avenue in Piermont. "Right now we are just counting our blessings," Greg McKillop said. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Bags of insulation and items ruined by flooding
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Bags of insulation and items ruined by flooding line Paradise Avenue awaiting pickup in Piermont. (Nov. 5, 2012)

From left, Patty and Greg McKillop wave to
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

From left, Patty and Greg McKillop wave to a neighbor driving by as clean up continues on Paradise Avenue in Piermont. "We don't have power, but that's okay," say Patty McKillop. Water from the nearby Sparkill creek and Hudson River threatened their home which was purchased in 1904 by Patty McKillop's great-grandmother. They scrambled to move family heirlooms, antiques and valuables to the second floor during the storm. "It was chaos. It was shocking," she said. "Right now we are just counting our blessings," Greg McKillop said. He is the treasurer for the Piermont Fire Department and said that Piermont residents have donated more than $10,000 to the PFD to help with recovery efforts and feed the volunteers helping in the village. (Nov. 5, 2012)

The Mobile station on Route 59 in Nanuet
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

The Mobile station on Route 59 in Nanuet is out of gas. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A school bus arrives at Tappan Zee High
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

A school bus arrives at Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg. Today was the first day some area schools were in session. The Orangetown School District had a two hour delay. Schools in Nanuet, Clarkstown and Nyack were still closed. North Rockland Schools and Ramapo Central School District in Suffern held classes for the first time since Hurricane Sandy crippled the region. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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From left, students Alison Martini, 16, of Orangeburg
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

From left, students Alison Martini, 16, of Orangeburg hangs out with Joshua Gonzalez, 16, Cheyton Tiers, 16, and Nikita Privalov, 15, all of Tappan before school across the street from Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg. Today was the first day some area schools were in session since Hurricane Sandy crippled the region. (Nov. 5, 2012)

Students Alison Martini, right,16, of Orangeburg hangs out
(Credit: Angela Gaul)

Students Alison Martini, right,16, of Orangeburg hangs out with Joshua Gonzalez, 16, Cheyton Tiers, 16, and Nikita Privalov, 15, all of Tappan before school across the street from Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg. Today was the first day some area schools were in session since Hurricane Sandy crippled the region. (Nov. 5, 2012)

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