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Scary Rides and Spooky House are Back at NY's Coney Islandi
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April 25, 2013 7:37 PM
Last October, when Hurricane Sandy slammed the east coast of the United States with powerful winds, sea surges and flooding, it threatened the lives and livelihoods of thousands who live and work in coastal areas like Coney Island in Brooklyn. Through the winter, VOA’s Adam Phillips followed members of the Vourderis family as they cleaned up, reimagined and rebuilt their iconic Coney Island attractions for opening day in 2013.

Scary Rides and Spooky House are Back at NY's Coney Island

Published April 25, 2013

Last October, when Hurricane Sandy slammed the east coast of the United States with powerful winds, sea surges and flooding, it threatened the lives and livelihoods of thousands who live and work in coastal areas like Coney Island in Brooklyn. Through the winter, VOA’s Adam Phillips followed members of the Vourderis family as they cleaned up, reimagined and rebuilt their iconic Coney Island attractions for opening day in 2013.


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