Superstorm Sandy was the largest, most intense storm to make landfall in the Northeastern United States. The storm caused havoc for 10 million electric customers from Maryland to Maine — the most in U.S. history. Along the Connecticut shoreline, the storm ripped apart houses, destroyed seawalls, razed beaches and forced the evacuation of thousands of citizens. In some respects, the impact of this natural disaster will eclipse the toll imposed by the Great New England Hurricane of ...

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