Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Neighborhood Snapshots After Hurricane Sandy

Collapsed construction crane dangling above 57th Street which remains closed to traffic 
Bergdrof-Goodman's giant purple ribbon ended up wrapping around traffic light post
Dangling crane becomes a tourist attraction
FDR Drive
Downed tree along the East River
Picnic table floating on the East River
FDR Drive
Upper Eastside street
72nd Street off Park Avenue
Central Park
Central Park
Central Park
Sandbagged entrance to the Apple Store
Hurricane Sandy moved inland in the Northeast leaving a path of devastation in many states including New York. In New York City, buildings crumbled, floods and fires have destroyed homes, subway tunnels are flooded, trees are uprooted and millions are without power. The storm also left a giant construction crane wobbling dangerously near a luxury apartment building at 57th Street in Manhattan.