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Sandy photos in Babylon

Shore Line Road in Babylon Village floods before

Shore Line Road in Babylon Village floods before Hurricane Sandy hits land. (Oct. 29, 2012) Photo Credit: Newsday Jessica Rotkiewicz

Sandy photos taken around the Town of Babylon.

Owners of homes damaged during superstorm Sandy can
Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz

Owners of homes damaged during superstorm Sandy can get information about insurance matters from state Department of Financial Services representatives at Copiague Memorial Public Library on Wednesday. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Floodwaters swamp houses and businesses along Fire Island
Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz

Floodwaters swamp houses and businesses along Fire Island Avenue in Babylon Village due to superstorm Sandy on Oct. 30, 2012.

DeGarmo's Boat Yard in Babylon Village stands flooded
Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz

DeGarmo's Boat Yard in Babylon Village stands flooded after superstorm Sandy blasted through Long Island. (Oct. 30, 2012)

A kayaker paddles near Seabreeze Cafe in Babylon
Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz

A kayaker paddles near Seabreeze Cafe in Babylon Village, which remains flooded after superstorm Sandy barreled through the area with heavy winds and a high storm surge. (Oct. 30, 2012)

Payloaders work in tandem to remove debris on
Photo Credit: David Pokress

Payloaders work in tandem to remove debris on East Shore Road in Lindenhurst during Sandy cleanup. (Nov. 14, 2012)

Billy Bornholdt, right, along with his son, also
Photo Credit: newsday /Thomas A. Ferrara

Billy Bornholdt, right, along with his son, also named Billy, survey the damage to the fishing pier at Captree State Park in Babylon in the wake of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 20, 2012)

December 5, 2012; Babylon, NY: Bianca Egas, 16,
Photo Credit: James Carbone

December 5, 2012; Babylon, NY: Bianca Egas, 16, of Bay Shore, looks at tall dunes, caused by Superstorm Sandy at Gilgo Beach Wednesday.

Crews work on clearing sand off the eastbound
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Crews work on clearing sand off the eastbound Ocean Parkway at Gilgo Beach, where the roadway was turned into a beach by Sandy. (Nov. 1, 2012)

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