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250,000 Hurricane Sandy-Ravaged Cars

January 7, 2013; 12:55 PM ET

These pictures are absolutely incredible -- an entire airport runway on Long Island, N.Y., is being used to store 15,000 of the (estimated) 250,000 vehicles estimated damaged by Hurricane Sandy. An insurance auction company is paying the city $2.7 million to keep them there, so they must think they can make some cash "flipping" them after repairs or selling them for salvage. It's another great visual of how massive Hurricane Sandy was.

Awesome Photos of 230,000 Hurricane-Sandy-Ravaged Vehicles

Storified by Jesse Ferrell· Mon, Jan 07 2013 09:58:49

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Jesse Ferrell's WeatherMatrix blog covers extreme weather worldwide with a concentration on weather photos and Social Media.