Connecticut remembers Sandy 5 years later

<p>Hurricane Sandy hit the northeast five years ago Sunday, leaving destruction behind in Connecticut.</p>

News 12 Staff

Oct 29, 2017, 10:14 PM

Updated 2,393 days ago

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Hurricane Sandy hit the northeast five years ago Sunday, leaving destruction behind in Connecticut.
Many homes in Norwalk were decimated by the intense wind and rain.
In Bridgeport, storm surges affected utility substations throughout the city and some were shut down as a precaution ahead of the storm.
Fairfield was one of the hardest-hit areas in western Connecticut during the storm.
Homes were washed out to sea and sand completely buried the roads. Flooding extended past the four miles of Fairfield beaches.
Nearly 150 people died in the storm, including five in Connecticut.


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