There's a new report on another aspect of the damage Hurricane Sandy caused to the Northeast.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony reports from New York:
When Hurricane Sandy hit six months ago:
(Sandy Witness) "We actually watched the ocean come right down the street."
Devastating the Jersey Shore and parts of New York:
(Sandy Victim) "We lost everything."
Her home among the thousands destroyed.
But the storm also polluted the Northeast, releasing 11 billion gallons of sewage, a third of it raw, into bodies of water from Washington DC to Connecticut.
A study by the science journalism group Climate Central says Sandy inundated treatment facilities and the cost to repair the damage could be nearly $5 billion.
As a visual aid, Climate Central says the amount of sewage spilled would entirely swamp New York's Central Park and be 41 feet deep.
In New York, Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.