epa03451638 A man with a broken umbrella tries to hold himself against the wind as he looks out on the water near the Verazzano Narrows bridge, in the background, as the beginning effects of Hurricane Sandy are felt in Brooklyn, New York, USA, 29 October 2012. US President Barack Obama urged residents to follow warnings from local officials as hurricane Sandy barrels toward the East Coast. Many areas from the mid-Atlantic to Northeast have declared a state of emergency as Sandy is expected to bring flooding and widespread power and commuication outages. EPA/JUSTIN LANE
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