Rising waters batter Manhattan as city braces for looming storm surge
New york, United States. 29th October 2012 -- A deserted FDR Highway alongside eastern Manhattan as Hurricane Sandy approaches. -- Rising waters batter the eastern shore of Manhattan, with the East River rising to 1 foot below flood level. With the storm surge expected to rise another 10 feet, significant flooding is to be expected all along the FDR, a local highway.
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