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Bronx on the Way to Recovery One Month After Sandy

More than three weeks after Hurricane Sandy hit some coastal areas in the Bronx, residents are starting to rebuild homes and slowly recover from the disaster, the New York Daily News reports.

Streets filled with debris and branches are now clean, and two emergency relief centers have opened in Borough Hall and the Throgs Neck section of the Bronx.

According to FEMA, up to 4,000 residents of the borough have applied to post-Sandy aid.

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