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September 2010 Storm Damage

On Thursday, September 16, 2010 New York was hit by one of the worst storms in the recent era; two tornados and a macroburst crossing Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Queens knocked over or damaged thousands of trees and caused hundreds of streets to be… more.

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On Thursday, September 16, 2010 New York was hit by one of the worst storms in the recent era; two tornados and a macroburst crossing Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Queens knocked over or damaged thousands of trees and caused hundreds of streets to be closed. The storm left a swath of destruction that stretched uninterrupted from Park Slope through Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick in Brooklyn, into Ridgewood, Queens and all the way through Queens to Bayside. This photo collection illustrates some of the damage caused by this powerful storm system.

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