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A Peek At Long Island Post Hurricane Sandy

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I had to go to the doctor yesterday (more on that in a bit) and finally had a chance to drive around my town to see what kind of impact Hurricane Sandy had on my Long Island neighborhood. I will tell you this – these pictures were taken in about 3 min. I think we drove onto 4 or 5 blocks and then we had to get out of our town and hit a main road. There is no way through. Every road is blocked.

hurricane sandy long island nassau

Almost every block has a house with a tree on it.

hurricane sandy long island nassau

hurricane sandy long island nassau

One huge oak after the other – ripped out of the ground because of Hurricane Sandy. It’s just unbelievable – still. And mind you – this is DAYS after the storm. My friends told me the town was C-R-A-Z-Y the very next day. Half of the blocks I saw had only the stumps left. My village is working OVERTIME to correct this situation. They are really doing an amazing job at getting us back online.

hurricane sandy long island nassau

And then there were corners where 7,8,9 trees were down at once. I’m so surprised there were no fatalities in my neck of the woods.

hurricane sandy long island nassau

I can hear the workers taking down more trees as we speak. My road is blocked on both sides. Luckily, we have a cross road that we can exit from. What a week.

 

UPDATE- more pics here.

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Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

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  1. Wow. The devastation is so far-reaching with this storm. I’m grateful you’re ok, and that no one in your community was hurt. Everything else can be rebuilt. xo

  2. Wow, Vera! So glad to hear you are all OK!

  3. glad ya’ll are ok! Oaks are the worse because they don’t have deep roots 🙁 at least you have power!

  4. OMG! Living in South Florida, I’ve seen my fair share of hurricane damage, but this is impressive. Glad you and yours are okay!

  5. Seriously crazy pictures. So glad you and your family are safe and okay. And no have power! xo

  6. Glad you and your family are okay. I’m afraid that some parts of the East Coast, especially the barrier islands and coastal area of New Jersey may never be the same. A lot of history has been lost.

  7. Susan McGrath : November 5, 2012 at 8:14 am

    Hi sorry to bother you.I have family in Massapequa Park.How did the Hurricane affect that town.Thanks.I’m glad you are safe.

  8. I am so glad you and your family are okay. The pictures are surreal!

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