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Hurricane Sandy / One Year Later #1054201

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy introduced; photos from Seaside Heights, New Jersey, after the storm and now, shown.

(New Jersey: Ginger Zee) Rising up after Sandy featured; scenes shown of storm footage: fire, flood and wind; a current aerial look at the Jersey shore and New York; details given about the size of Sandy and the storm surge and the slow pace of government aid. [US Army Corps of Engineers Ed VOIGT†- comments.]

(Breezy Point, New York: Amy Robach) A look at Breezy Point, New York, during the storm and today presented; scenes shown of flood and fire. [Resident Mary LaPERE‡, ABC producer Keturah GRAY†, MAN - describe what happened.] [Today, resident Joanne LEPERA†, LaPERE‡- comment on Breezy.] The status of home rebuilding noted.

(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The ABC report a year ago with Diane Sawyer visiting folks stuck in the highrises shown.

Reporter(s):
Stephanopoulos, George;
Zee, Ginger;
Robach, Amy
Duration:
00:05:50

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