The deadly Hurricane Sandy destroyed miles of New Jersey shorefront completely. Getting back to normal conditions has just begun in the state. However, seems New York has been able to recover from the damage soon, as the state is catching up fast with it daily routines and at least getting back its very important subways.
The deadly super storm left almost 5 million without power and claimed lives of an estimated 70 people. However, Thursday, the decision to start again the undamaged portions of the state's largest transportation system was made after administering the problems being faced due to the storm.
Nevertheless, the nation's two most important airports have been reopened on Wednesday and officials have confirmed that LaGuardia Airport would be opened by Thursday.
The situation out there in New York seems to have become lively again after there were thousands on the streets of New York, travelling in buses, while others waited at the working stop lights.
The storm has brought all New Yorkers together, who are helping each other to overcome the problems faced due to the storm, be it either by helping them who lost their homes or by offering electrical outlets to help the people charge their phones.
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