Millions along the East Coast are marooned without power in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Millions along the East Coast are without power or mass transit in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
U.S. Route 30, the White Horse Pike, one of three major approaches to Atlantic City, N.J., is covered with water from Absecon Bay in this view looking west on Oct. 29, 2012. Superstorm Sandy, which made landfall in New Jersey that evening with 80 mph sustained winds.
Rescue workers patrol a flooded street in Hoboken, N.J., on Oct. 30.
A firefighter carries a resident's dog to safety from floodwaters brought on by Superstorm Sandy in Little Ferry, N.J., on Oct. 30.
Waves crash over Eric Mongirdas as the storm surge caused by Superstorm Sandy pummels the coastline in Milford, Ct., on Oct. 29.
Swans swim in a yard that has been flooded by storm surf kicked up by the high winds from Superstorm Sandy in Southampton, N.Y.
Storm surf kicked up by the high winds from Superstorm Sandy breaks onto homes in Southampton, N.Y., on Oct. 29.
A rainbow is seen among homes devastated by the effects of Superstorm Sandy in the Breezy Point section of Queens on Oct. 30.
The skyline of lower Manhattan sits in darkness following a preventive power outage in New York on Oct. 29.
A blacked out New York City skyline -- save the Empire State Building -- is seen from Brooklyn on Oct. 29 as Superstorm Sandy made landfall.
Pedestrians walk past a submerged taxi in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Oct. 29 as Superstorm Sandy made landfall in the northeastern United States.
With only flashlights to light the way, New York University Langone Medical Center evacuated 260 patients, carrying some of them down 15 flights of stairs to awaiting ambulances ready to take them to the safety of other hospitals.
Hardik Rajput of Nassau County, New York, couldn't believe the sight of waves crashing over the height of cars. "To be honest, I was just stunned," he said. "I've never seen that. Just to see it on the street level was astounding."
Firefighters gather in front of a partially collapsed four-story apartment building in Manhattan on Oct. 29. The building's facade collapsed after high winds hit New York City. No one was injured.
Firefighters work in front of a partially collapsed four-story apartment building in Manhattan.
Flooding in Lower Manhattan.
The HMS Bounty, a 180-foot-tall sailboat, is shown submerged in the Atlantic Ocean as Hurricane Sandy approached approximately 90 miles southeast of Hatteras, N.C. on Oct. 29.
Airlines canceled around 12,500 flights because of the storm, a number that was expected to grow.
President Barack Obama asks a question during a briefing about Superstorm Sandy at the Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 28.
A construction crane atop a $1.5 billion luxury high-rise in midtown Manhattan collapsed in high winds and dangled precariously. Thousands of people were ordered to leave several nearby buildings as a precaution, including 900 guests at the ultramodern Le Parker Meridien hotel.
The full scale of Sandy's wrath has yet to be determined. But according to a government prediction, Sandy's wind damage alone could result in more than $7 billion in economic loss.
Floodwaters rush into the Hoboken PATH station through an elevator shaft.
A marina floods onto the road as Superstorm Sandy hits Ocean City, Md., on Oct. 29.
The U.S. Coast Guard Station in Barnegat Light, N.J., and the surrounding area is shown flooded in this handout photo supplied by the U.S. Coast Guard as Superstorm Sandy moves into the area Oct. 29.
Debris litters the floor of Exchange Place in New Jersey on Oct. 30 following Superstorm Sandy.
Homes devastated by fire and the effects of Superstorm Sandy are seen in the Breezy Point section of Queens on Oct. 30. At least 50 homes were destroyed in a raging fire overnight.
Trent Risley, 11, looks at power lines knocked down by Superstorm Sandy in Scituate, Mass., on Oct. 30, 2012.
A boat washed up on a private beach on Leach Street in Salem, Mass., during the storm.
A fallen tree smashes into a home in Linthicum, Md. No one was injured.
A campsite disappears under water in Denver, Pa.
A trampoline was tossed into power lines in Carlisle, Pa.
A before and after shot of a road in Ocean City, Md.
A Delaware State Police squad car is submerged in water off Route 1 in Bethany Beach, Del.
The boardwalk in Sandwich, Mass., sits underwater following Superstorm Sandy.
A train sits in water at the Croton-Harmon Metro-North station in New York following Hurricane Sandy.
Floodwaters from Hurricane Sandy enter New York's Hugh L. Carey Tunnel, formerly called the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel.
Staten Island Railway's Clifton Shop in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
A boat rests on the tracks at Metro-North's Ossining Station on the Hudson Line in New York.
This aerial view taken Oct. 30, 2012, shows the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy to the New Jersey coast.
The picture was taken Oct. 30, 2012, from the 14th Street viaduct looking over the corner of Jefferson and 14th streets in Hoboken, N.J., where it appears New York City stores new cabs.
Aerial views on Oct. 30, 2012, during an Army search-and-rescue mission show damage from Superstorm Sandy to the New Jersey coast.
An MH-65T Dolphin helicopter aircrew from the Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City looks over LaGuardia Airport while it conducts an over flight assessment of the New York boroughs impacted by Superstorm Sandy on Oct. 30, 2012.
Escalators to the South Ferry Whitehall Street subway station in the financial district of Manhattan are shown flooded in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in this handout released by New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Oct. 31, 2012.
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