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US begins to recover from superstorm Sandy

11-01-2012 00:24 BJT Special Report:Hurricane Sandy slams US |

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The US Northeast is beginning the colossal task of recovery from super storm Sandy Wednesday. Financial markets have reopened with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Buses were available but the subway is still closed due to flooding. John F. Kennedy and Newark airports have also reopened but with a limited service.

New York’s La Guardia Airport is flooded and remains closed. President Barack Obama will visit storm-ravaged areas of the New Jersey shore, where Sandy made landfall Monday. The super storm Sandy crippled transport knocked out power for millions and killed at least 55 people in 9 states.

The US Northeast is beginning the colossal task of recovery from super storm
Sandy.

The US Northeast is beginning the colossal task of recovery from super storm Sandy.

The US Northeast is beginning the colossal task of recovery from super storm Sandy.

Editor:Wang Chuhan |Source: CCTV.com

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