PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy, one week later

by Cassady Craighill

November 5, 2012

Residents eat hot soup at a donation collection/distribution center in the Rockaways days after Hurricane Sandy, where residents are still living with out power, heat, and other basic services.

© Michael Nagle / Greenpeace

Residents eat hot soup at a donation collection/distribution center in Rockaway Beach days after Hurricane Sandy

A week after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East claiming nearly 100 lives and racking up several billion dollars in damges, more than a million people are still without power and 164,000 residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have filed FEMA reports for transitional housing.

As temperatures drop, Hurricane Sandy victims still need our help. Please support the Hurricane Sandy relief effort in any way you can. Here are some local groups who could use our help: more about the devastation in Rockaway Beach) about Occupy Sandy’s efforts)

Greenpeace’s solar truck, the Rolling Sunlight is still in Rockaway Beach providing power for a small community store. Check here for updates.

Buried in sand, people attempt to dig out their cars in the Rockaway neighborhood .

Thousands of people queued for buses to Manhattan

Oil slick on the Arthur Kill River

A "No Gas" sign posted at a Mobil gas station in Brooklyn as fuel became scarce in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Car fire on Brighton Beach avenue & Ocean Parkway in Coney Island.

A tree toppled onto two houses on East 18th street and Ditmas avenue in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn in Hurricane Sandy.

A couple stands on a patch of dry land and surveys the flooded streets of Hoboken in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Watch aerial footage of Hurricane Sandy aftermath

Cassady Craighill

By Cassady Craighill

Cassady is a media officer for Greenpeace USA based on the East Coast. She covers climate change and energy, particularly how both issues relate to the Trump administration.

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