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30,000 Sandy-Damaged Cars Stored on Eastern Long Islandi
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February 07, 2013
Where do you park 30,000 storm-damaged vehicles - while avoiding further environmental disaster? That's now a question facing many people in the northeastern United States, as VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports from Calverton, New York.

30,000 Sandy-Damaged Cars Stored on Eastern Long Island

Published February 07, 2013

Where do you park 30,000 storm-damaged vehicles - while avoiding further environmental disaster? That's now a question facing many people in the northeastern United States, as VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports from Calverton, New York.


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