Scott Frano '13 | Dec. 13, 2012 | ND Today
On October 29, Hurricane Sandy made landfall near Atlantic City in New Jersey. With winds of 90 mph and a diameter of more than 1,150 miles, the Category 1 storm wreaked havoc on the exposed beaches and islands of New Jersey and New York, leaving damage akin to a big-budget disaster film.
Rescue and rehabilitation efforts began immediately after it was safe to enter the affected areas. Among the numerous groups that have pledged their efforts to the recovery cause are the Notre Dame clubs of Staten Island, New York City, and the Jersey Shore.
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