NYC plans to bulldoze 200 storm-stricken homes

Posted: November 18, 2012 at 5:24 a.m.

Hundreds of people affected by storm Sandy wait in line Saturday in Brooklyn, N.Y., for items distributed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

New York City is moving to demolish hundreds of homes in the neighborhoods hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy, after a grim assessment of the storm-ravaged coast revealed that many structures were so damaged they pose a danger to public safety and other buildings nearby.

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