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Then and Now: Panoramic views of Breezy Point one year after Superstorm Sandy

Soon after Superstorm Sandy pushed a surge of water through the Queens, N.Y., neighborhood of Breezy Point, a fire engulfed more than 100 homes. Almost a year later, new homes are beginning to replace the charred landscape that took over six months to clean up. 

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