"It’s The Start of a New Day:" Sandy Clean-Up Continues On Jersey Shore

November 20, 2012; 5:04 AM
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"It's The Start of a New Day:" Sandy Clean-Up Continues On Jersey Shore

Sandy's devastation in New Jersey is so severe that some people have just been allowed to return to their homes this past weekend, almost three weeks after the storm hit the coast.

Storified by Accu Weather · Mon, Nov 19 2012 12:31:59

Sandy's devastation in New Jersey is so severe that some people have just been allowed to return to their homes this past weekend, almost three weeks after the storm hit the coast. "It's The Start of a New Day," headlined a story on the Borough of Lavallette, N.J., website, referring to the clean-up of the almost unrecognizable shore.
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AccuWeather broadcaster Valerie Smock shared photos of a friend's house in Lavallette, N.J., from this past weekend. 
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A number of people on Twitter posted pictures of themselves helping to clean up.
Ready for war! New Jersey clean up!! #letsgo http://instagr.am/p/SIoaDRrtXx/Anthony Miller [†]
Leaving for new jersey tonight @redcrossny #sandy #americanredcross shelter ops and mobile feeding. 2-3 week deployment http://pic.twitter.com/K523qgGXCaitlin Dunlop
The vice president went to New Jersey to tour Island Beach State Park.
VP and @SenatorMenendez land in Island Beach State Park in New Jersey to tour areas damaged by Hurricane #Sandy. http://pic.twitter.com/vwNkcesfOffice of VP Biden
VP receives another briefing on #Sandy damage at Seaside Park Beach in New Jersey. http://pic.twitter.com/nqSa5uYLOffice of VP Biden
#RestoreTheShore #JerseyStrong http://instagr.am/p/SOKQVaiT6O/StevenOcasio

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