New Jersey War Zone: Hurricane Sandy Aftermath


Pictures speak louder then words. So I will let these pictures speak for themselves. All these pictures were taken within 1 mile of my home. We finally were able to get our car out on the road for a short “survey” of the local damage, where power is out in 98% of the town due primarily to downed power lines. I live in a small suburban town in Bergen County, New Jersey; 24 miles and a world away from Manhattan, where they are “taking in” their own war zone damage.

Hurricane Sandy: My Neigborhood 1

Hurricane Sandy: My Neighborhood 2

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Hurricane Sandy: My Neigborhood 5

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Hurricane Sandy: My Neighborhood 7

Hurricane Sandy: My Neighborhood 8

Hurricane Sandy: My Neighborhood 9

Hurricane Sandy: My Neigborhood 10

Time to “connect the dots” and recognize that WE have created the conditions for these types of storms to occur and to become more frequent. Time to say the words: Climate Change, and recognize we need to adapt and mitigate the dangers as best as we can. My family and I were lucky this time..many others were not….


Climate Mama

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