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Sandy photos in Freeport

Collapsed home on St. Marks Ave., Freeport. #freeport

Collapsed home on St. Marks Ave., Freeport. #freeport #longisland #sandy Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

The village of Freeport was one of the hardest hit areas on Long Island by superstorm Sandy

Damage caused by superstorm Sandy on Woodcleft Avenue
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Damage caused by superstorm Sandy on Woodcleft Avenue in Freeport. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Collapsed home on St. Marks Ave., Freeport. #freeport
Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

Collapsed home on St. Marks Ave., Freeport. #freeport #longisland #sandy

Residents of Freeport struggle with flooded houses and

Residents of Freeport struggle with flooded houses and the loss of electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Videojournalist: Robert Cassidy (Oct. 30, 2012)

The remains of Fiore Bros. Fish Market in
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The remains of Fiore Bros. Fish Market in Freeport after it caught fire Monday night during superstorm Sandy's strong winds and flooding (Oct. 30, 2012)

John J. Randall Park in Freeport remained flooded
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

John J. Randall Park in Freeport remained flooded on Tuesday, a day after Sandy swept through the metropolitan area. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Firefighters were unable to save Tropix, an outdoor
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Firefighters were unable to save Tropix, an outdoor restaurant that opened just months ago on Freeport's Nautical Mile, after it was consumed in a fire that likely is Sandy-related. (Oct. 30, 2012)

A boat is beached on South Ocean Avenue
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

A boat is beached on South Ocean Avenue in Freeport. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Fire and hurricane ravaged house in Freeport. Fire
Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

Fire and hurricane ravaged house in Freeport. Fire believed to start from electrical surge caused by storm. #longisland #sandy

Boats float Tuesday morning along Woodcleft Avenue in
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Boats float Tuesday morning along Woodcleft Avenue in Freeport, brought in Monday night by the swirling waters of superstorm Sandy. (Oct. 30, 2012)

A firefighter responds to the scene at a
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

A firefighter responds to the scene at a burned out building on Woodcleft Avenue in Freeport. The blaze apparently occurred Oct. 29 during the height of superstorm Sandy. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

"New York was not prepared," says James Boubert, who lives in this flooded Freeport home. #freeport #sandy #longisland

More #freeport damage. #longisland #sandy
Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

More #freeport damage. #longisland #sandy

Boat in the road in #freeport #longisland. #sandy
Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

Boat in the road in #freeport #longisland. #sandy

A front yard full of belongings in #freeport
Photo Credit: Patrick Whittle

A front yard full of belongings in #freeport #longisland. #sandy

Damage caused by Hurricane Sandy on Nassau Ave
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Damage caused by Hurricane Sandy on Nassau Ave in Freeport. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Superstorm Sandy devastated the Nautical Mile in Freeport
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Superstorm Sandy devastated the Nautical Mile in Freeport damaging businesses and boats. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Flooded and wind-damaged properties in mid-Atlantic states and
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

Flooded and wind-damaged properties in mid-Atlantic states and Northeast could stall the U.S. housing recovery, experts are saying. The homes in those regions account for one in five U.S. real estate sales. The damage will affect homes on the market and those in foreclosure. This neighborhood on North Beach Avenue in Freeport flooded Monday during megastorm Sandy. (Oct. 29, 2012)

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