Sandy left millions of people without power and killed more than 100 in the United States and the Caribbean. Here’s a state-by-state look, at a glance, at damage from the ”superstorm.”
MARYLAND: The Chesapeake Bay Bridge reopened Tuesday morning and flights are resuming at Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Gov. Martin O’Malley said 308,000 homes were without power as of Tuesday morning. At least two people have died in Sandy-related incidents.
VIRGINIA: About 115,000 Northern Virginia residents were without power as of midmorning. Residents of a low-lying section of Fairfax County returned to their homes. The Associated Press reported two storm-related deaths.
DELAWARE: About 40,000 homes remain without power and many coastal roads are still out, Gov. Jack Markell said Tuesday.
NEW JERSEY: Gov. Chris Christie said at an evening news conference that six people have died in New Jersey as a result of the storm, the Star-Ledger reported. The governor also said 2.6 million were without power and about 4,500 were in shelters.
NEW YORK: At least 17 people were killed statewide, 10 in New York City. A blaze in Queens engulfed at least 80 homes. Authorities worked to restore utilities to more than 600,000 homes and businesses in New York and Westchester County and to repair flooded tunnels and transport centers. The New York Stock Exchange, closed for a second day, will reopen on Wednesday. Most major bridges and tunnels to Manhattan remained closed to non-emergency personnel.
PENNSYLVANIA: More than 1.3 million households and businesses in the Keystone state were without power on Tuesday morning, Gov. Tom Corbett said. The Associated Press reported five deaths and hundreds of roads and bridges still out.
WEST VIRGINIA: Up to two feet of snow is expected from remnants of Sandy. More than a foot of snow has fallen in parts of the state, shutting one interstate as trucks and cars bogged down and knocking out power to more than 270,000 people. A blizzard warning is in effect for more than a dozen counties until Wednesday afternoon. At least one person was killed.
CONNECTICUT: Gov. Dannel P. Malloy lifted a ban on state highway travel Tuesday morning and crews worked to restore power to more than 600,000 homes and businesses without power, the Hartford Courant reports. The AP reported three deaths statewide as of Tuesday afternoon.
MASSACHUSETTS: Boston’s subway and commuter rail service resumed and state workers returned to offices on Tuesday. About 270,000 homes and businesses remained without power midday Tuesday, Boston.com reported. Boston public schools were open.