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November 16, 2012 2:38 PM
Hurricane Sandy was one of the worst storms in New York City history. It flooded homes and businesses, cut power to huge swaths of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens and halted subways and buses. Sandy also had an impact on one of New York's largest industries: tourism. VOA’s Adam Phillips has more on New York's visitors and how the city rallied after the storm.

NYC Tourism Industry Bounces Back After Sandy

Published November 16, 2012

Hurricane Sandy was one of the worst storms in New York City history. It flooded homes and businesses, cut power to huge swaths of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens and halted subways and buses. Sandy also had an impact on one of New York's largest industries: tourism. VOA’s Adam Phillips has more on New York's visitors and how the city rallied after the storm.


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