A pedestrian crosses the Smithfiled Street Bridge after a winter storm blanketed the Midwest with snow December 26, 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The storm has moved west from the Sierra Nevada across the Midwest and will head to the East Coast today.
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Frank Gloss pulls his grandson, Liam, 17 months old, along a sidewalk December 21, 2012 in Madison, Wisconsin, a day after Wisconsin was blanketed with a record snow storm.
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Flood waters surround a stop sign on November 14, 2012 in Bay Head, New Jersey. Many residents of the hard hit seaside town remain without power following Superstorm Sandy.
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The Midtown skyline remains lit as Lower Manhattan remains mostly without power on November 1, 2012 in New York City. Millions of customers in New Jersey and New York remain without power following Superstorm Sandy as colder weather approaches. The storm has claimed at least 90 lives in the United States, and has caused massive flooding across much of the Atlantic seaboard. U.S. President Barack Obama has declared the situation a 'major disaster' for large areas of the U.S. east coast, including New York City.
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A damaged roller coaster sits inside Keansburg Amusement Park after Superstorm Sandy swept across the region, on November 1, 2012 in Keansburg, New Jersey. Superstorm Sandy, which has left millions without power or water, continues to effect business and daily life throughout much of the eastern seaboard.
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A roller coaster sits in the Atlantic Ocean after the Fun Town pier it sat on was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy on November 1, 2012 in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. With the death toll continuing to rise and millions of homes and businesses without power, the U.S. east coast is attempting to recover from the effects of floods, fires and power outages brought on by Superstorm Sandy.
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Surf rolls past a destroyed roller coaster wrecked by Superstorm Sandy on October 31, 2012 in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. At least 50 people were reportedly killed in the U.S. by Sandy with New Jersey suffering massive damage and power outages.