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Faces of Sandy: Fred Krasa

Fred Krasa, 86, of Babylon, has lived in his home for 35 years and grew up on the same street. After Sandy submerged his street and home in water, he said his life will never be the same and recovery efforts aren't going to end in his lifetime. But he lived during the Depression so he knows hard times and he'll get through it, he said. Videojournalist: Brittany Wait (Oct. 16, 2013)

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