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Covering Hamilton and Robbinsville townships in-depth for The Trentonian. I can be reached at (609) 989-7800 ext. 207 or (609) 468-6962. Email me at or follow me @awisefool.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

From the Record: great map of Superstorm Sandy damage in New Jersey

The Google-based map form the Bergen County Record documents damage to homes throughout the Garden State:

The most severe damage was sustained along the central New Jersey coastline, and in the North Jersey towns of Moonachie and Little Ferry, where massive flooding inundated thousands of homes.

Inland towns were hit by severe winds, knocking out power lines and downing many trees, some landing directly onto adjacent homes.

Some information on Mercer County towns from their map:
495 homes damaged in Trenton
144 homes damaged in Hamilton
32 homes damaged in Ewing
11 homes damaged in Lawrence
25 homes damaged in Robbinsville
4 homes damaged in Princeton

The map also shows townships with more than 1,000 homes damaged in shore towns.

You'll find their map here.


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