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Superstorm Sandy… what a fright!
Frankenstorm Sandy… Just LOOK how much area it covered… (Image)
So many horrible events have taken place over the course of the past few days. This hurricane/tropical storm from hell turned vicious nor’easter, and now “Superstorm” named Sandy blew into the US with mega force winds. Her winds and flooding have not stopped yet… Look at the image above (CNN.com) – can you imagine? Click HERE for more images from CNN. Chilling… Here is the latest from several sources…
There are nearly nine MILLION people without power. This hurricane is now “SUPERSTORM SANDY” and the flooding will peak again today about 7:30 at high tide, and in some areas this afternoon… Here is the latest from the WEATHER CHANNEL…
A surveillance camera catches a photo… the Port Authority Trans-Hudson station in Hoboken, NJ as it flooded shortly before 9:30PM Monday, can you imagine? (Image: GulfNews.com)
Sandy has caused at least 15 deaths here (bringing the total number to around 67). Dams are breaking, snow is falling, houses are burning, power is out to millions and its COLD, very cold… it’s amazing how one storm can have such far reaching consequences. Here is the latest from CNN.
The infamous boardwalk in Atlantic City… parts are washed away… (Image: USAToday.com /Dan Cuellar)
The HMS Bounty, a 180-foot sailboat, is shown submerged in the Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy approximately 90 miles southeast of Hatteras, North Carolina in this U.S. Coast Guard handout picture taken October 29, 2012. (Reuters/Petty Officer 2nd Class Tim Kuklewski) (Image: Rt.com)
You may have heard that two crew members were missing from the ship used in the movies called the BOUNTY. They did rescue one woman last night, she was unresponsive, they flew her to a hospital and, sadly, she did not make it. The captain is still missing, and I pray they find him. I cannot imagine being in the ocean in 20+ foot seas during the biggest storm of the century…
For those of you who were in the path of this storm, just know that we are all thinking about you and praying for you.
Be safe my friends… catch you back here tomorrow!