Six months ago today, Superstorm Sandy slammed the northeast, where recovery is far from over.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from New York:
Six months ago Hurricane Sandy slammed into New Jersey, knocking out power, cable and internet service to more than two-thirds of the more than 8,000 surveyed by Consumer Reports in the tri-state area.
(Reynolds) “Landline phone service was lost by more than half, and cell phone service, hot water and getting gas for cars was lost or impossible for at least a third.”
…Editor Paul Reynolds.
And while the public sees boardwalks being rebuilt, the devastation just blocks away remains.
(Reynolds) “Nearly half of all of the claims that have been for insurance that were $40,000 or more were still pending in March.”
More than half of all homeowners in the survey reported property damage.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.