day after Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast, officials in various states began to assess the damage. So far, at least 33 people from nine states are confirmed to have been killed by the storm. Nearly 8 million businesses and households lost electricity, and hundreds of thousands of people are expected to remain without power in the days to come. More than 13,500 flights were canceled on Monday and Tuesday, and as many as 500 on Wednesday have also been put on hold. Sandy has weakened since making landfall in New Jersey on Monday night, but experts warn that it will continue to bring heavy rain and flooding as it moves inland.
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