Here in Montana, we read, heard and watched the coverage of Hurricane Sandy but sometimes it can be hard to actualize the devastation of a natural disaster that happened all the way across the country. It's been a year since Hurricane Sandy rocked the East Coast and these photos remind us of just how destructive it was and how resilient people can be.
Yesterday's 12-12-12 benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief raised over $30 million dollars, but it wasn't all good. We're still cringing for Bobby Moynihan's awkward appearance as his 'SNL' character "Drunk Uncle," for example.
There have been a lot of awful or inspiring stories coming out of Hurricane Sandy. This manages to be both. A man found a note in his house scrawled by a person who had taken a blanket to keep hypothermia at bay. The author of the note was sure he was dying.
This is an incredible view of a very long night in New York City. You can see the rain, flooding and the massive power outage that hit this major metropolitan area. Wondering how you can help? We've got all the details for y
While many people took to Facebook bragging about how much booze they stockpiled and how Hurricane Sandy wasn't very strong at all, the following heartbreaking scenes were happening in other places. It's awful. To give you a better idea of the destruction, we've provided before pictures as well. In case you thought maybe people like to swim down FDR drive.
Photos of Hurricane Sandy flooded social media sites throughout the day Monday, with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter users in the storm's path posting dramatic photos of waves, flooding and downed trees. (Some are fake, by the way.)
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