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Sandy photos around Bayville

Lauren, 10, and Nicholas Spampinato, 5, from Bayville,

Lauren, 10, and Nicholas Spampinato, 5, from Bayville, play on a flooded section of Creek Road in Bayville during Hurricane Sandy. (Oct. 29, 2012) Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

The Village of Bayville was among the hardest hit areas of Long Island by superstorm Sandy.

Paula Bacco pets her cat, Phoebe, in her
Photo Credit: AP Photo

Paula Bacco pets her cat, Phoebe, in her doorway barricaded with sand bags for protection against flooding from Sandy. The basement of Bacco's home in Bayville was flooded by the storm, causing multiple fatalities, halting mass transit and cutting power to more than 6 million homes and businesses. (Oct. 31, 2012)

Lauren, 10, and Nicholas Spampinato, 5, from Bayville,
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Lauren, 10, and Nicholas Spampinato, 5, from Bayville, play on a flooded section of Creek Road in Bayville during Hurricane Sandy. (Oct. 29, 2012)

Tim
Photo Credit: Amanda Voisard

Tim "Chyno" Chin of Texas swings at Ransom Beach in Bayville after Sandy. Jak Amico is seen at left. (Oct 29, 2012)

Water floods Bayville Avenue in Bayville, up to
Photo Credit: AP

Water floods Bayville Avenue in Bayville, up to the stores, from the effects of Hurricane Sandy. (Oct. 29, 2012)

The Tides Motel in Bayville is submerged as
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

The Tides Motel in Bayville is submerged as Hurricane Sandy pummels the North Shore of Long Island Monday. (Oct. 29, 2012)

Ransom Beach in Bayville is completely submerged as
Photo Credit: Newsday Danielle Finkelstein

Ransom Beach in Bayville is completely submerged as waves from Hurricane Sandy pummel the North Shore of Long Island Monday. (October 29, 2012)

The playground at Ransom Beach in Bayville is
Photo Credit: Danielle Finkelstein

The playground at Ransom Beach in Bayville is submerged as Hurricane Sandy pummels the North Shore of Long Island. (Oct. 29, 2012)

Ted Morfis and his granddaughter Kendall Morfis, 12,
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Ted Morfis and his granddaughter Kendall Morfis, 12, take a row boat out on the flooded Creek Road during superstorm Sandy in Bayville. (Oct. 29, 2012)

A large tree dangerously rests on power lines
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

A large tree dangerously rests on power lines on a flooded section of Bayville Avenue during Hurricane Sandy in Bayville. (Oct. 29, 2012)

Members of the Clifton Heights Fire Department tend
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Members of the Clifton Heights Fire Department tend to stranded cars on the flooded Bayville Avenue during Hurricane Sandy in Bayville (Oct. 29, 2012)

Evonne Bolanos of Bayville carries her dog Roxy
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Evonne Bolanos of Bayville carries her dog Roxy through a flooded section of Bayville Avenue during Hurricane Sandy in Bayville. (Oct. 29, 2012)

West Shore Road in Bayville. Waves crashing over
Photo Credit: Laura Figueroa

West Shore Road in Bayville. Waves crashing over onto road. Road is closed. Maybe not the brightest idea driving my little Yaris through this. But I made it out. #sandy

Bayville Mayor Doug Watson watches the effects of
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

Bayville Mayor Doug Watson watches the effects of Hurricane Sandy on Long Island Sound in Bayville Monday. (October 29, 2012) Photo by Barry Sloan

A woman captures the beginning effects of Hurricane
Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

A woman captures the beginning effects of Hurricane Sandy on her phone at Centre Island Beach North in Bayville Monday. (October 29, 2012) Photo by Barry Sloan

As Hurricane Sandy approaches, resident take pictures of
Photo Credit: Getty Images

As Hurricane Sandy approaches, resident take pictures of the elevated surf on the Long Island Sound in Bayville. Sandy, which has already claimed over 50 lives in the Caribbean is predicted to bring heavy winds and floodwaters as the mid-atlantic region prepares for the damage. (Oct. 28, 2012)

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