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Posted: 9:24 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, 2012
By Natalie Pasquarella
Sandy made landfall around 8 p.m. Monday near Atlantic City, N.J. The monster storm flooded most of that city on Monday and the governor said those residents who did not evacuate could not be rescued because it's too dangerous to send emergency crews there. In New York, the nation's largest city, the impact and power of the storm is revealing itself. The front of a four-story building in Manhattan ripped right off, and waves crashed over the Seawall in Battery Park, breaking a record level of water there, at more than 13 feet high. A crane that snapped earlier on Monday is now dangling high above the Big Apple and parts of the city that never sleeps is being evacuated. In Massachusetts, waves crashed ashore, but it's the size of Sandy that could make the damage so huge. The storm hit all the Great Lakes, with 15- to 20-foot waves on Lake Erie.
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