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Hurricane Sandy

Water of the Pemigewasset River rushes through Livermore Falls on Tuesday following Hurricane Sandy.  (Paula Tracy/Union Leader)
The east branch of the Pemigewassett River rages beneath the bridge to the Loon Mountain Resort area in Lincoln on Tuesday. (Kristi Garofalo/Union Leader Correspondent)
A PSNH crew surveys damage by a fallen tree on Jason Drive in Goffstown. (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
A tree blocks North Amherst Road in Bedford. (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
A PSNH crew works on power lines on Route 114 in New Boston Tuesday.  (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
Sandy O'Connor of Manchester turns away as a massive wave splashes over a wall along Ocrean Boulevard in Hampton on Monday. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Seaweed and other debris washed up along Ocean Boulevard in Hampton as Hurricane Sandy pounded the coastline. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
State DOT crews clean up a fallen tree on New Boston Road in Bedford Tuesday. (Kathy Remillard/Union Leader Correspondent)
A utility crew from R&R Powerline Construction Inc. of Oklahoma work to repair a main line on Route 125 in Brentwood Tuesday after a large tree fell onto wires and across the highway. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
Wind and rain from Hurricane Sandy toppled this tree in Derry, and James DeBlois of Accurate Tree Service of Hooksett works to clean it up on Tuesday morning.  (COURTESY)
A tree smashed through part of this seasonal home in Camp Hedding in Epping during the height of Hurricane Sandy's winds. The same house was damaged by falling trees in the 2010 windstorm. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
Dave Burl of Accurate Tree Service in Hooksett captured this image of a Derry home damaged by a falling tree.  (COURTESY)
With the winds subsiding, some people hit the beach in Hampton Tuesday morning to check out the debris that littered the beach following Hurricane Sandy. (JASON SCHREIBER/Union Leader Correspondent)
A utility crew from R&R Powerline Construction Inc. of Oklahoma work to repair a main line on Route 125 in Brentwood Tuesday after a large tree fell onto wires and across the highway. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Fallen trees and wires kept Auburn Road in Londonderry closed on Tuesday.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
PSNH line workers Dan Cowette re-connects wires which were ripped down by a falling pine treein Monday's storm on Proctor Road in Manchester.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
On Tuesday, PSNH line workers Dan Cowette, top left, and Ron Houle hang wires which were ripped down when a pine tree fell in Monday's storm on Proctor Road in Manchester.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
A crew from Bedford Tree Service clear a pine tree which was severed in half by Monday's high winds and struck this Valley Street house in Manchester.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
On Tuesday PSNH line workers Dan Cowette, top right, and Ron Houle hang wires damaged when a pine tree fell in Monday's storm on Proctor Road in Manchester.  (David Lane/Union Leader)
PSHN workers repair a wire on Union Street in West Peterborough. The wire caught fire when high winds caused a tree to fall on the wire. The incident casued a major power outage in West Peterborough as well as other areas of Peterborough.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)