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Little Is Rebuilt At NYC Beach Burned During Sandy

By Meghan Barr

FILE - This Jan. 18, 2013 file aerial photo shows the area of Breezy Point where more than 100 homes were damaged by fire, center, in Superstorm Sandy, in New York. About 350 of the nearly 3,000 homes in Breezy Point were wrecked beyond repair from flood or fire during the storm. But while many of the flooded homes began repairs months ago, the people who once lived in the fire zone are stuck in no-manís land. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)


NEW YORK (AP) – On a desolate stretch of sand and concrete rubble in a beachfront community, a lone home is rising amid the ruins of nearly 130 houses that burned to ashes during Superstorm Sandy.

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