What Has Sandy's Wrath Cost You?
Power outages hurt financially, but are also painful mentally and emotionally.
Superstorm Sandy brought down trees, power lines and caused widespread outages that left some in the dark for two weeks.
The historic storm impacted the lives of everyone—some more so than others.
The ability to purchase fuel became a problem, as long lines swarmed Montville area gas stations.
Schools were impacted. District buildings lost power, keeping children at home for an extended period of time. For some, childcare became necessary while others lost a bit of sanity with kids running up the walls.
Without power, you can't cook at home, which means you spent a whole lot of money on takeout food.
Then there was also the damage caused by the fallen trees and wires.
What was the storm's impact—financially, emotionally and mentally—for you?
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