New Jersey, New York City, part of Long Island and lower NY State, SE
Connecticut, South Eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware all have been affected by what may be the worst storm since a Hurricane in 1903.
All bridges are still closed connecting NYC and Long Island, Staten Island and Brooklyn and NJ
. The only tunnel that is open is the Lincoln - all other tunnels are closed due to flooding.
Mass transit is still shut down in the NYC region. There was major flooding of NYC's transit system, especially in tunnels and the subway system with no idea when it will be working.
All airports in the NYC Metro area are still closed with no real timetable for reopening.
Major flooding in parts of NY City, most critically in coastal areas, areas of Manhattan below 40th Street.
Major flooding in the low lying/riverfront areas of Hoboken, Jersey City. A levee broke on the Hackensack River in NJ
, causing major flooding in Moonache, Little Ferry, part of Carlstdat, NJ
A major hospital in NYC - NYU Medical Center had flooding and all backup generators fail.
Hospitals in Weehawken and Jersey City close to the Hudson River are shut down due to flooding.
Power is out for about 40% NJ
Residents, especially in central and southern NJ
There was massive damage to the NJ
Shore area, probably the worst since 1962.
1000's of trees are down, one of my brothers had a tree fall on the roof of his house located in Sussex Co, NJ
, the other's brother in law had a tree down on his house in West Milford, NJ
., both with major roof partial structural damage.