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When Sandy Hit

The Storm That Forever Changed New Jersey

Presented by The Star-Ledger
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It came in with a fury rarely seen, and left unimaginable heartbreak in its wake. New Jersey has seen its fair share of storms in its history, but Sandy -- whether you call it a hurricane, superstorm or post-tropical cyclone -- was clearly different. This book documents New Jersey's evolution during Sandy, showcasing work from the scores of The Star-Ledger employees, who themselves fought through floods, power outages and their own personal losses to remain on the job. It tells the story of a state broken by Mother Nature's awesome fury. It tells the story of a state determined to rise again.

 

Click here to make a donation directly to the Community Foundation NJ’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. www.cfnj.org.

Categories
ISBN
9781597254151
Pages
208
Binding
Hard
Trim Size
11.125 x 9.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    Regan Murphy, 6, helps her mom Kelly Murphy load supplies into the car at the Stop & Shop in Middletown on Saturday, Oct. 27.

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    Justin Distler and his sister, Caitlin Distler of Middletown, check out Hurricane Sandy in Sea Bright on Monday, Oct. 29.

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    A man walks behind cars swamped by floodwaters on a street in Hoboken.

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    On some parts of the Shore, Hurricane Sandy left some homes so weakened that they collapsed, as happened to this beachfront property in Bay Head.

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    Devastation at the base of the Mantoloking Bridge where the Atlantic Ocean and Barnegat Bay have created a new inlet after Hurricane Sandy destroyed areas of the Jersey Shore.

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    Molly Sullivan, 8, of Scotch Plains shows her feelings about Halloween trick-or-treating being canceled. Instead, children on Montague Street marked the holiday by wearing their costumes as they played outside.

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    Five days after Hurricane Sandy, crews from the Morris Township Department of Public Works clean up Canfield Road, securing downed power lines and clearing fallen trees.

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    Members of the New Jersey National Guard are pressed into service to distribute food, water and ice in Hazlet on Sunday, Nov. 4.