Downed trees, smashed windows, bent gates, fallen fences, eroded earth...this is the place. Oyster Bay was hit hard as Hurricane Sandy, dubbed a "Frankenstorm," slammed the entire northeast coast Monday bringing flooding and high winds with gusts over 60 mph.
Nearly all of Long Island is without power and some communities can expect to stay in the dark for up to 10 days, according to LIPA. While out Monday afternoon, Patch did not spot any LIPA crews in the main streets of Oyster Bay, though county and town crews were busy removing downed trees from roadways. Some businesses open with generators can expect to rake in the dough for the next few days.
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