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Sandy's effects being felt along East coast

10:40 AM, Oct 28, 2012   |    comments
  • Jessica Rosenberg of Scarsdale, loads the last of many food and water items she purchased at the Stop and Shop in White Plains. Rosenberg, like most Lower Hudson Valley residents, was stocking up on essential items like water, canned and dry food items as well as batteries, in preparation of Hurricane Sandy. Matthew Brown, Gannett
  • Store manager L.P. Cyburt boards up the windows of his business as Hurricane Sandy approaches the Atlantic Coast, in Ocean City, Md. Jose Luis Magana, AP
  • Beachgoers watch waves generated by Hurricane Sandy along a breezy Coligny Beach Park on Hilton Head Island, S.C. Jay Karr, The Island Packet via AP
  • Jerry Velez, top, Richard Caguilat, left, and William Disburger, right, remove a large sign from the Sea Shell Ice Cream shop in Wildwood, N.J., on Oct. 27 in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. From the lowest lying areas of the Jersey shore, where residents were already being encouraged to leave, to the state's northern highlands, where sandbags were being filled and cars moved into parking lots on high ground, New Jersey began preparing in earnest for Hurricane Sandy. Mel Evans, AP
  • Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers cover an entrance to the Canal St. A, C, and E station with plywood to help prevent flooding in New York. As Hurricane Sandy approaches the New York region, residents of some flood-prone areas have been told to evacuate and officials are preparing for a possible transit system shutdown. Mary Altaffer, AP
  • Nick Almeter, 26, prepares for another storm, as he carries another sandbag to place by properties along Ocean View Avenue in Norfolk, Va. Hurricane Sandy, upgraded again Saturday just hours after forecasters said it had weakened to a tropical storm, was barreling north from the Caribbean and was expected to make landfall early Tuesday near the Delaware coast, then hit two winter weather systems as it moves inland, creating a hybrid monster storm. Ross Taylor, The Virginian Pilot via AP
  • Scott Viviano, foreground, helps his friends to board up the windows of their home as Hurricane Sandy approaches the Atlantic Coast in Ocean City, Md. Jose Luis Magana, AP
  • A resident of Leogane, Haiti, makes her way to her home as the water level continues to rise on Oct. 26. Residents of Leogane have had five consecutive days of rain in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, which caused serious flooding and claimed at least 26 lives in the impoverished country. Carl Juste, The Miami Herald via AP
  • Cubans make a line to receive charcoal in Antillas population, Holguin province, 466 miles east of Havana, on Oct. 26. Getty Images
  • Men carry a gas container through a street that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, Friday Oct. 26, 2012. Sandy was a Category 2 hurricane when it wreaked havoc in Cuba on Thursday, killing 11 people in eastern Santiago and Guantanamo provinces as its winds and rain destroyed thousands of houses and ripped off roofs. Franklin Reyes, AP
  • Owner Mike Cannon stands in his fishing boat, MegaBites II, as a 50-ton lift carries the boat out of the Maurice River at Yank Marine Services marina in Dorchester, N.J., in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. Mel Evans, AP
  • Hurricane Sandy churns off the east coast on October 27 in the Atlantic Ocean. As states of emergency are declared Sandy is expected to head up the coast this weekend and make a possible landfall anywhere from North Carolina to New England. NOAA via Getty Images
  • Cubans tries to recover belongings from a their destroyed house in Antillas population, Holguin province, 466 miles east of Havana, on October 26, 2012. Getty Images
    
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Hurricane Sandy, a storm of enormous size, is projected to make landfall on the New Jersey coast Monday afternoon. Forecast to bring wings in excess of 75 miles per hour and rainfall totals in the double digits, nine states and the District of Columbia already declared states of emergency.

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