Scenes After Sandy in Huntington

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The most devastating storm in decades to hit the country’s most densely populated region upended man and nature as it rolled back the clock on 21st-century lives, cutting off modern communication and leaving 202,000 Huntingtonians without power. As of 11:30 10/31/12 3% power has been restored. We are now at 89% verses a high of 92% yesterday. See chart below for details. The follow pictures of our devastated community.

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Township/Village Customers Affected Customers Served Estimated Restoration
HUNTINGTON 75,852 84,586 Assessing Condition
ASHAROKEN 35 255 Assessing Condition
CENTERPORT 4,248 2,344 Assessing Condition
COLD SPRING HARBOR 1,226 2,078 Assessing Condition
COMMACK 13,226 13,174 Assessing Condition
DIX HILLS 7,365 8,885 Assessing Condition
EAST NORTHPORT 3,694 7,122 Assessing Condition
EATONS NECK 493 596 Assessing Condition
ELWOOD 5,091 4,023 Assessing Condition
GREENLAWN 541 5,085 Assessing Condition
HALESITE 495 1,102 Assessing Condition
HUNTINGTON 6,935 8,350 Assessing Condition
HUNTINGTON BAY 2,299 994 Assessing Condition
HUNTINGTON STATION 10,988 11,098 Assessing Condition
LLOYD HARBOR 1,989 1,430 Assessing Condition
MELVILLE 4,793 8,070 Assessing Condition
NORTHPORT 5,451 3,790 Assessing Condition
SOUTH HUNTINGTON 4,766 3,939 Assessing Condition
WEST HILLS 2,217 2,251 Assessing Condition
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