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Hurricane Sandy’s damage to New Jersey shore

FT.com
Thursday, 1 November 2012

The FT’s Alan Rappeport visited the decimated boardwalk in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, which was hit head on by Hurricane Sandy. The area, known for its boardwalk and amusement park, was made famous on the MTV series The Jersey Shore. The boardwalk and its bars and clubs became stars of the show as the reality television cast partook in the nightlife
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