Sandy's Destruction Still Shocking In Sea Gate, Brooklyn [PHOTOS]

By @ConnorASheets on

Hurricane Sandy hit the seaside community of Sea Gate, Brooklyn, with savage fury, destroying homes and people's lives as its storm surge inundated the New York City neighborhood with as much as 17 feet of floodwater the evening of Oct. 29. This gallery shows the sad shape the neighborhood is still in as of Tuesday, Nov. 13, more than two weeks after Sandy made landfall.

Sandy-Destroyed Home In Sea Gate
A beachfront home lays in rubble in Sea Gate, Brooklyn. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Skeleton
A beachfront building skeleton towers over the streets of Sea Gate, Brooklyn. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Homes Sustained Massive Damage In Sandy
Many homes near the beach in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, sustatined catastrophic damage during Hurricane Sandy. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sandy-Destroyed Home In Sea Gate, Brooklyn
A beachfront home in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, was heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Post-Sandy Rubble
A large pile of rubble sits by the street in Sea Gate, Brooklyn. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Debris-Strewn Beach In Post-Sandy Sea Gate
The beach is littered with debris, including a piece of playground equipment, in Sea Gate, Brooklyn Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Home
A house in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Food Distribution
A food distribution coordinated by the Sea Gate Community Association, National Guard and NYPD takes place outside a church in Sea Gate, Brooklyn. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sandy Home Damage In Sea Gate
A beachfront home in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, sustained heavy damage during Hurricane Sandy. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
Sea Gate Debris Pile
A pile of rubble and debris has been formed on a traffic median in Sea Gate, Brooklyn. Connor Adams Sheets / International Business Times
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