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Superstorm Sandy brought destructive force of the powerful wind gusts, torrential rains and massive storm surges that killed at least 64 people and caused billions of dollars in damages throughout the East Coast.
The Battery Park underpass in New York City took on about 12 feet of water during the storm.
Seaside, N.J., was a bustling destination featuring a roller coaster and Ferris wheel along the Jersey Shore. (Yahoo! Travel/Dan Beards/flickr)
But Sandy swept the roller coaster into the ocean. (Reuters)
The OC Fishing Pier in Ocean City, Md., survived Hurricane Irene a year ago. (Laura Emmons/The Daily Times)
Only part of the pier held up after Sandy. (AP)
The historic boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J., has seen better times. (Yahoo! Travel/londondreamer2/flickr)
Sandy ravaged the famed boardwalk. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
The Bounty before the storm. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
The Bounty sank in the Atlantic, 90 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C.