September 30, 2014
No disaster has ever hit New York's subway system this hard. Seven tunnels under the east river are flooded because of the hurricane. It could take up to four days to get all the water pumped out.
Superstorm sandy gave a first-hand lesson on safety around downed power lines. One car in Brick Township, New Jersey was electrified Monday afternoon. Governor Chris Christie says the storm's damage is "Beyond anything I thought I'd ever see".
And we're getting a look at the charred remains from a massive fire in the Breezy Point area of Queens. Firefighters spent the morning hours battling the six-alarm fire. More than 190 firefighter contained the blaze, but were still putting out some pockets of fire more than nine hours after it erupted.