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Hurricane Sandy / One Year Later #1069914

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
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(Breezy Point, New York: Brian Williams) Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast one year ago recalled; photos shown.

(Ortley Beach, New Jersey: Lester Holt) The progress of rebuilding efforts featured; scenes shown of wrecked houses, rebuilt sand dunes; statistics on damage and displaced residents cited; FEMA statement quoted. [Ortley Beach, New Jersey resident Bill MULLEN††; Far Rockaway, New York resident Cherelle MANUEL†; Sea Bright, New Jersey Mayor Dina LONG†; Sea Bright resident Liz HOMER††- comment.] [Monmouth County, New Jersey state senator Jennifer BECK†- complains about the National Flood Insurance Program.] [NOAA Holly BAMFORD†- comments on preparing for the future.]

(Breezy Point, New York: Brian Williams) The fire in Breezy Point, New York recalled; scenes shown. [Resident John NIES††- comments on the heroism of that night; predicts next year will still be a little sad.]

Williams, Brian;
Holt, Lester

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