epa03452853 Debris is seen on the deserted boardwalk after Atlantic City was evacuated because of Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, 30 October 2012. Floods, fires and high winds caused by one of the biggest storms to ever hit the United States continued to batter the north-east on 30 October. Sandy, which was downgraded from a hurricane to post-tropical cyclone late 29 October, is blamed for deaths in New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Canada. Many were caused by falling trees, with electrocution and flying debris also responsible. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
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