Crews Starting Slow, Long Cleanup Process In N.J.
The Jersey Shore may never be the same after Hurricane Sandy, but crews are starting the slow and long cleanup. Sand was pushed several miles inland during the storm, and on Friday, bulldozers started moving the sand and clearing roads; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
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