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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in Pictures - UPDATED

Mon November 12, 2012 - National Edition
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Here is the view from Garrett County in far western Maryland yesterday. This part of Maryland received 29 inches of snow. Photo courtesy of Brenda Ruggiero.
Here is the view from Garrett County in far western Maryland yesterday. This part of Maryland received 29 inches of snow. Photo courtesy of Brenda Ruggiero.
Here is the view from Garrett County in far western Maryland yesterday. This part of Maryland received 29 inches of snow. Photo courtesy of Brenda Ruggiero. Power is still out over much of Garrett County, MD with many trees and power lines down. Photo Courtesy of Brenda Ruggiero. Caption A construction crane remains dangling from the top of an unfinished luxury high rise 700 feet above midtown Manhattan on Wednesday. This picture sent to us from Warminster, PA shows just how powerful Sandy was as this tree became completely uprooted.

Note this story will be updated as new images are made available.

As the destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy becomes more apparent by the hour, we are posting images we are getting from readers showing how truly devastating this event was. The entire Eastern seaboard was affected by Sandy, and here are just some of the pictures of the devastation. The gallery will be continuously updated as we get more pictures throughout the day.