In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, enormous mountains of debris were finally being removed from the South Shore of Long Island Wednesday.
Getting rid of the debris was a major mission a month after Superstorm Sandy, and in Brooklyn on Wednesday, some of the debris was going up in smoke.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday warned that the Nor’easter forecast to strike the metro area later this week could make a bad situation worse in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Congress has set aside billions of dollars to compensate and treat people suffering from illnesses potentially caused by the clouds of soot and smoke released on Sept. 11, 2001.
State police Capt. Joseph Tripodo said investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board were inspecting the wreckage Tuesday in Orange County.
Longtime residents say falling rocks and debris have always been issue, but recent track work high overhead leaves you feeling like a moving target.
The two twisters that tore through Queens and Brooklyn left a 14-mile path of destruction, forcing many people to spend their weekend cleaning up the downed trees and debris, CBS 2’s Jay Dow reports.