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Recovering from Sandy

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Groton Long Point resident Bob Feery piles debris from his flooded basement along the curb on Beach Rd. for disposal Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Feery says he had over 2-feet of water in his basement from Hurricane Sandy. Last year during Tropical Storm Irene the water never got past his driveway.

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Bob Roseberry, right, along with his wife Dolores, left, and her sister Eleanor Fortunato meet with independent insurance adjuster Lexanne Kroll, seated on ground, of Depino Adjusters, LLC, in the shadow of their Atlantic Ave. house damaged by hurricane Sandy in the Crescent Beach section of East Lyme Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

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Doug Brown shows independent insurance investigator Carlos Sowell the damage to his house on Atlantic Ave. in the Crescent Beach section of East Lyme Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

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Sarah Torruella, second from right, of Ledyard chats with her daughter Maya Laroco, 5, on her lap, nieces Katya Torruella, 9, left, Ciara Torruella, 7, second from left, and Melina Torruella, of Pawcatuck in her living room Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2012. Family members from Pawcatuck and gathered at the Torruella home in Ledyard to spend the time together waiting for power to return since both families are without power since Hurricane Sandy.

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Melina Torruella, 6, left, holds the flashlight while her sister Ciara Torruella, 7, center, both of Pawcatuck applies makeup on their cousin Maya Laroco, 5, right, of Ledyard while in Maya's bedroom Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2012. Family members from Pawcatuck and gathered at the Torruella home in Ledyard to spend the time together waiting for power to return since both families are without power since Hurricane Sandy.

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Crew members from PAR Electrical Contractors, a Quanta Services Company, from Colorado install a new transformer into place while working at the corner of Mechanic Street and Huntington Street in Stonington to restore power Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. When the crew arrived the original pole was snapped in half so, the crew had to replace the pole, splice in new wire to where wire had broken and replace the transformer.

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The porch roof from Doug Brown's surveys Atlantic Ave. house in the Crescent Beach section of East Lyme rests where the wind and storm surge drove it against a fence post Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

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A bulldozer pushes sand along Crescent Beach in East Lyme Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

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Doug Brown snaps photos of the damage to his neighbor's house on Atlantic Ave. in the Crescent Beach section of East Lyme Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

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