Photos: Sandy in Delaware

November 2, 2012; 5:22 AM ET
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Sandy in Delaware

Photos and videos of the damage done by Sandy will be updated through the day.

Storified by Accu Weather · Fri, Nov 02 2012 07:46:00

Pennsylvania Ave. in Bethany Beach still too flooded to drive this morning. Photo by James Fisher #SandyDE #StormDE http://pic.twitter.com/T48IwZs9Ashley B & Jen R
Photos and videos of the damage done by Sandy will be updated through the day.
Paddleboarders row down Pennsylvania Avenue in Bethany Beach after Superstorm Sandy. Video via @doltv by @dsato http://delonline.us/StfjiiAshley B & Jen R
The after math of Hurricane Sandy on Dewey Beach http://pic.twitter.com/EO8aFBbASummer House Saloon
RT @WSJ: An aerial shot of flood damage in Bethany Beach, Delaware on Tuesday. The latest on #Sandy: http://on.wsj.com/T2NlXS http://pic.twitter.com/DrJoU5fWالماجيك
Sunrise over Lewes Beach, DE the morning after #Sandy. Lots of street flooding, mos @ Lewes Beach (Bay Area) http://instagr.am/p/RZ9Jcsjlf4/KristinFisher
Lewes DE Savannah Rd just north of Dairy Queen. Backyards flooded. #sandyde @Good_Day_Philly @FOX29philly http://pic.twitter.com/U13OSEPAClaudia Gomez
Wowwww. This is the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach. #Sandy http://pic.twitter.com/a3lEBpaCBret Oliverio

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