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Hurricane Sandy: Photos and first-hand accounts from across the Northeast
As the devastating Frankenstorm roars toward New York City, residents in the storm's path chronicle the destruction
 
A man walks past a barricaded subway entrance in lower Manhattan as Hurricane Sandy approaches on Oct. 29.
A man walks past a barricaded subway entrance in lower Manhattan as Hurricane Sandy approaches on Oct. 29.
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Hurricane Sandy is making its way toward some of the most heavily populated cities in America, threatening some 60 million residents with 90 mph sustained winds, strong storm surges, and potential power outages. For more background, check out our guide to the storm, and watch the Weather Channel's live Hurricane Sandy coverage. As the Frankenstorm approaches, many people have taken to social media to share what's happening in their area. Below are some of the most telling posts. To share what's happening in your area, tweet us @TheWeek or leave a comment on our Facebook page. 

 

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