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A little 48 hours ago hurricane sandy slammed into New York City where -- on the corner of east -- avenue C.
In the Middle East village in lower Manhattan.
This area received the brunt of the storm.
We're talking water that was up to almost waist deep residents say.
Down the street on east fourteenth a sub station exploded.
On Monday night knocking out power to thousands it's forty degrees it's pitch black and tonight we decide to walk the streets on a not so normal.
-- -- In Times Square of the lights are all people walk the streets.
Some dressing cost -- but go thirteen city blocks out -- to lower Manhattan and the bustling lights go out.
Businesses homes in total silent darkness down here light comes in a different.
An army of -- light up the shrieks emergency vehicles service traffic lights.
All full moon lights that pass on this quiet Halloween.
Or so thought.
A makeshift for -- for Nancy festive New Yorkers brings life into Manhattan's dead zone.
OK then -- around here.
-- triggers -- pumpkin shine in storefront windows.
-- where wolf is the only customer at the popular slaughter limp on a helmet clears the way for a biker.
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For others in iPhone does the trick.
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Dark streets given eerie feel people seem to just appear.
A food truck lights up one block.
Can't be replaced with a warm meal it's colder here.
A warm beer nice by candlelight is specially with France.
I don't even getting -- the spirits up.
Still there's work to be done worker's head into darker tunnels to clean up police lights reminds you -- the tragic flood.
For others it's cleanup time after a full day.
Of serving food to neighbors.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Green beans and corn and potatoes.
Any kind of figure possibly -- -- Miles away the Empire State Building shines in Orange -- reminder of the spirit of New York.
The lights always come back on in New York City Brian -- Fox News Latina.
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