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WAMU News Coverage Of Superstorm Sandy

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The storm surge from Hurricane Sandy destroyed the famous fishing pier in Ocean City, Md.
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The storm surge from Hurricane Sandy destroyed the famous fishing pier in Ocean City, Md.

The WAMU 88.5 News team covered all aspects of Superstorm Sandy's impact on D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. As the storm hit communities along the Atlantic Coast, WAMU News reporters shared the stories of residents, business owners and public servants who grappled with the brunt of the destruction. WAMU News anchors interviewed governors, utility officials and emergency personnel to provide critical information about preparation and restoration efforts.  Together, the news team told the stories of the people and places still trying to recover from the storm's slow crawl through the region.

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