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One year ago, Superstorm Sandy battered the Eastern seaboard of the United States. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) estimates that the historic hurricane led to 147 direct deaths, damaged or destroyed about 650,000 houses, and left approximately 8.5 million people without power.
With the anniversary of Sandy approaching, we're inviting Al Jazeera America audience to share memories of the experience — moments of shock, fear, companionship, inspiration, resiliency — that remain with us today. We're collecting your photos, videos, and stories from Superstorm Sandy and plotting them below.
By Jared Keller and Dominica Lim. Video data verified and formatted by Storyful.
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