New York City Transit employees are pumping water out of the Cranberry Street Tunnel, which carries the A and C trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan underneath the East River. Photo: MTA New York City Transit / Leonard Wiggins
Hurricane Sandy four years later: Remembering the historic storm and its aftermath
Hurricane Sandy struck the eastern shore line in October 2012. Many were killed and towns were left without power for weeks. Governor Chris Christie had his hands full in New Jersey, where the storm hit the hardest. This image caught my eye as the streets look like rivers flowing throughout the city.
A single home is left standing among debris from Hurricane Ike September 2008 in Gilchrist, Texas. Floodwaters from Hurricane Ike were reportedly as high as eight feet in some areas causing widespread damage across the coast of Texas.