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Good morning -- was about seven minutes before the hour take a look at that's when sandy made landfall it hit Atlantic City, New Jersey had on take a look at the power of this storm.
Debris flying all around downtown.
Parts of roofs being completely ripped up sandy also wiping out a huge eighty foot section of the city's historic boardwalk.
Let's go to Steve Keeley has now -- in Atlantic City.
To see what things look like there this morning good morning Steve what can you tell us there.
Well it's bad out here Heather but we just don't know how bad it is because a lot of the city is still inaccessible at the streets are flooded with sea water.
-- they are flooded with -- -- -- that sounds strange but a lot of the beach is now in the city.
This is two feet deep -- at the -- where it's not as -- back debit.
This is the part where I could try to give me an idea how deep it is an emergency vehicles could maybe get true.
Flood water but they can't get through Santa gets stuck and so you mentioned eighty foot of the -- missing -- I can tell you it's a lot bigger than that because just where we are.
At least 200 feet.
On the boardwalk maybe even.
More than the life of a football field 300 feet as far as I can say this could be as much as 500 feet just -- -- And you could see it even -- the darkness the boardwalk in Atlantic City completely gone here.
North of the casinos so.
We'll see how much it is will probably have to say it to a Coast Guard helicopters that pilot side because you can't walk around here at all -- All right Steve -- thank you so much taken a lot look at Atlantic City holy cow okay let's.
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