In Photos: Hurricane Sandy, page 3

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Bay Street, Sag Harbor
Matt Davis (posted Oct. 29, 4:25 p.m.)

 

WLNG Radio, on Monday afternoon, reported flooding of their studios on the Redwood Causeway, Sag Harbor. The station was evacuated late that night, and went off the air for a few hours before returning to the live broadcast early Tuesday morning.
Courtesy WLNG (posted Oct. 29, 6:51 p.m.)

 

A nearly empty bread aisle at Waldbaum's supermarket in East Hampton, on Monday
Carissa Katz (posted Oct. 29, 3:46 p.m.)

 


Newtown Lane, East Hampton Village
Carissa Katz (posted Oct. 29, 3:24 p.m.)

 


Noyac seen from Long Beach, around mid-day Monday
Christie Brinkley (posted Oct. 29, 3:10 p.m.)
 


A tree partially blocked North Sea Mecox Road
Robert Harms (posted Oct. 29, 2:22 p.m.)

 


Gin Lane, Southampton, several hours before Hurricane Sandy came ashore
Robert Harms (posted Oct. 29, 1:57 p.m.)

 


Georgica Beach erosion was severe, giving up the narrow beach that rebuilt there after the devastation of Hurricane Irene in 2011.
Morgan McGivern (posted Oct. 29, 12:47 p.m.)

 


Spectators went around police baracades Monday to get a view of the ocean at Main Beach in East Hampton.
Morgan McGivern (posted Oct. 29, 12:42 p.m.)

 


Gardiner's Bay, Amagansett, about an hour after high tide Monday morning
David E. Rattray (posted Oct. 29, 12:32 p.m.)

 


A utility pole fell near the Montauk train station.
Russell Drumm (Posted Oct. 29, 2012, 12:25 p.m.)

 


Town Dock, Three Mile Harbor, East Hampton
Jackie Lowey  (posted Oct. 29, 11:46 a.m.)

 


The Montauk Marine Basin, Monday, 9 a.m.    
Chris Behan

 


Halloween and hurricane preparation met in Montauk on Sunday.
Morgan McGiven

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