The Most Shocking Twitter Photos Of Hurricane Sandy’s Aftermath


Nov. 1 2012, Published 7:30 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

As the death toll tops 70 in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, we have shocking new photos documenting the severe and breathtaking damage done in the wake of the historic super-storm.

Some of the jarring images -- initially uploaded to Instagram and republished on Twitter -- include a bank of stranded taxi cabs; a tree fallen on a long park bench; an upscale yacht club smashed to smithereens; and record-setting traffic into New York City, as life slowly returns back to normal in the Tri-state area.

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As of Thursday, the storm had killed at least 82 people, 34 of whom died in New York City; power outages to at least 5.6 million households; property damage of $20 billion; and between $10 billion to $30 billion in lost business.


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