BOSTON (CBS) — A year ago, it was “lights out”– or worse– along much of the New York/ New Jersey coastline.
Here’s how some of our coverage sounded during and after “Superstorm Sandy,” with reports from WBZ, WCBS and CBS News. Produced by Dave Mager.
Listen: Superstorm Sandy Reports
Locally, flooding, downed trees and power outages impacted residents for days.
On Tuesday, Mayor Tom Menino unveiled a climate study to look at how Boston would fare if a superstorm hit Boston directly.
The plan outlines ways the infrastructure can be improved to prevent devastation.
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