Ravaged states start cleanup, add up losses

From: The Washington Times | October 31, 2012 

BRIGANTINE, N.J. — Giant cities and small neighborhoods across the eastern half of the country took stock, mourned their losses and began the first tentative efforts to restore normalcy Wednesday as the death toll from superstorm Sandy rose to more than 70 and the economic losses were being reckoned in ...

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