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Then and Now: Panoramic views of Breezy Point one year after Superstorm Sandy

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NOW: Almost a year after more than 100 homes burned in Breezy Point the night that Superstorm Sandy hit the neighborhood is finally seeing new homes replace those that were destroyed.

Soon after Superstorm Sandy pushed a surge of water through the Queens, N.Y., neighborhood of Breezy Point, a fire engulfed more than 100 homes. Almost a year later, new homes are beginning to replace the charred landscape that took over six months to clean up. 

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THEN: In November of 2012 little debris had been removed after more than 100 homes burned in Breezy Point the night that Superstorm Sandy hit the east coast..

Construction crews are at work in Breezy Point, New York, a small beach community where over four hundred homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy. One year after the storm set off fires and flooding, cement trucks are pouring new foundations and framing crews are aiming to finish more than a dozen new houses before the winter sets in.