Superstorm Sandy tore up the Atlantic coast a year ago and it was one of the largest and most expensive hurricanes in the region’s history. Getty Images agency revisited some of the sites to see how it all looked now. The photos reveal some of the change including cars back on the Carey Tunnel, cleared yards, and homes sprouting up again on stilts. Many residents are continuing the slow process of rebuilding not only their lives but also their homes and communities.
The picture below show the change on a street in Long Beach, NY. For the full photo gallery, click here.
This article is from NPR.