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Sandy Survivor: ‘You’re homeless in the place you love’

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NBC News’ Ann Curry first met Phyllis Puglia in the days after Hurricane Sandy hit. Her home was destroyed, leaving cherished photographs in the debris. One week later, Curry checks in on the Staten Island grandmother determined to rebuild her life.