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Superstorm Sandy coverage by town

After Sandy: Continuing coverage

Highest wind gust: 96 MPH

Deaths: 13

The front yard of a home on Lindbergh

The front yard of a home on Lindbergh Avenue in Oceanside was filled with a pile of discarded furniture and other items that were ruined in late October by superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 13, 2012) Credit: Brittany Wait

  • National Grid workers check gas lines in front Babylon

    Hurricane Sandy walloped the Town of Babylon, with Amityville, Babylon Village, Fire Island and Lindenhurst and among the areas hardest hit.

  • Water from Moriches Bay floods South Ocean Avenue Brookhaven

    Hurricane Sandy thrashed Brookhaven, flooding roads, downing trees and taking out power throughout the town. Among the hardest hit areas were Mastic Beach, East Moriches and Port Jefferson.

  • Wind and water brought by megastorm Sandy damaged East End

    Coverage of Hurricane Sandy in the East End.

  • On Kildare Road in Garden City, a family Hempstead

    Complete coverage of Superstorm Sandy for Hempstead.

  • Homeowners who find damage to their property from Huntington

    Complete coverage of Hurricane Sandy in Huntington.

  • The ocean batters away at the beach near Islip

    Hurricane Sandy thrashed Islip, flooding roads, downing trees and taking out power throughout the town.

  • Frank Tipaldo and his wife, Rosemarie, were enjoying North Hempstead

    Complete coverage of megastorm Sandy for North Hempstead

  • A sailboat brought in Monday night by the Oyster Bay

    Complete coverage of superstorm Sandy for Oyster Bay

  • The Long Island Sound, shot around 10 a.m., Smithtown

    Complete coverage of superstorm Sandy for Smithtown.