Hurricane Sandy came through the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut), Maryland, and Pennsylvania with a force that hasn’t been seen in over a hundred years. Hurricane Sandy ripped through cities, towns, and neighborhoods without any prejudice. Hurricane Sandy also sent storm surges to drown out these areas. High winds tore through homes and properties. People were killed, injured and left homeless. The Jersey Shores, Coney Island, Long Island, and parts of New York City’s landscape were changed forever. 24 states were effect by the Super Storm Sandy, Canada, and the Caribbean islands. Hurricane Sandy reached a recorded 980 miles in diameter.