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Staten Island 'Wiped Out' As Storm Relief Trickles In

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Staten Island is the smallest and least populated of New York's five boroughs. But when Superstorm Sandy struck this week, it suffered more casualties than any other part of the city. Thousands of buildings were damaged or destroyed and 50,000 homes still lack power.

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