southern Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and in the eastern
Pacific Ocean. This is the "scientific" meaning if we could state it that way,
but for plebeians, a normal woking class it means being reclutantly taken
away from home. This people that for what they have are left with zilch.
This happens at least one a year for tropical countries such as Honduras,
Nicaragua and Mexico, for islands such as Cuba or the southern part of the
United States such as Texas and Florida, but New York and New Jersey
are really not prepared for thus type of cyclones. They suffered even more
than what snow storms have made them suffere, this is the cruel horror
story of hurricane Sandy.
After making a destructive path through the carribean sea Hurricane
Sandy made landfall in southern New Jersey on Octuber 29, 2012 and
brought with it major flooding, travel interruptions, structural damage, and
power outages. New York City was especially hard hit. The storm system
was so large, nearly 1,000 miles wide at times, it brought blizzard
conditions to West Virginia and 20 foot waves to Lake Michigan. It is
projected Sandy will have caused about $30 billion in damages in the United States. To date, the storm claimed more than 100 lives. Without
being using rhetoric talking, Hurricane Sandy was rampant with the
habitants of the East Coast of the United States.
The pronouncement of the Hurricane getting t the East Coast was
made October 24th when the Hurricane was still a category one in the
Saffir-Simpson scale. The Saffir-Simpson scale is a standard scale for
rating the severity of hurricanes as a measure of the damage they cause.
This scale is based on the observations of many North Atlantic hurricanes.
When Sandy hits New York and New Jersey it was at its zenith as a
category 5 hurricane. It is considered The most devastating storm in
decades to hit the most densely populated U.S. This whimsical storm had
more than 8.2 million households without power in 17 states as far west as
Michigan, nearly 2 million of those were in New York. Lower Manhattan lost
electricity and entire streets ended up under water, as did seven subway
tunnels between Manhattan and Brooklyn at one point. The New York
Stock Exchange was closed for a second day from weather, the first time
that has happened since a blizzard in 1888. The city’s subway system, the
lifeblood of more than 5 million residents, was damaged like never before
and closed indefinitely, and Consolidated Edison said electricity in and
around New York could take a week to restore. The amount of disasters
that were happening in a small amount of time seemed to be done by
wizardry, the storm seemed vicious.
A zephyre was desired, building and houses seemed ramshackle,
sand became quagmire, the United States east coast was catastrophic.
Parents thought there yearlings would not survive, or like plants would
have a perennial life. People arround the world became zealots of the
news to keep in touch of how the things were going, and some if their
families were alive.
One of the most dramatic tales comes from the lower Manhattan,
where a failed backup generator forced New York University’s Tisch
Hospital to relocate more than 200 patients, including 20 babies from
neonatal intensive care. Dozens of ambulances lined up in the rainy night
and the tiny patients were gingerly moved out, some attached to battery-
powered respirators as gusts of wind blew their blankets. Sandy killed 18
people in New York City. The dead included two who drowned in a home
and one who was in bed when a tree fell on an apartment. A 23-year-old
woman died after stepping into a puddle near a live electrical wire.
In Moonachie, New Jersey and...