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November 4, 2012
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This Oct. 30, 2012 photo shows a house destroyed during Superstorm Sandy on Fairfield Beach Road in Fairfield, Conn. While Connecticut was spared the destruction seen in New York and New Jersey, many communities along the shoreline, including some of the wealthiest towns in America, were struggling with one of the most severe storms in generations.

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In this Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 photo, roommates Yvonne Figueroa, left, Jess Santiago, center, and Francheska Suarez huddle on their front porch talking to a friend on the sidewalk in Bridgeport, Conn. They were without power since Superstorm Sandy hit Monday, and have been heating their home with their gas stove. Santiago said she had struggled to keep her 1-year-old son warm.

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FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2012 file photo, Tim Moore uses a car jack to lift his house back into place, with help from Tim Moore Jr., amid storm damage from Superstorm Sandy, in Fairfield, Conn. While Connecticut was spared the destruction seen in New York and New Jersey, many communities along the shoreline, including some of the wealthiest towns in America, were struggling with one of the most severe storms in generations.