VIDEO: Hurricane Sandy Tears Through Woodbridge

Parts of the township are already swamped by the hurricane.

It was all the usual suspects who got hit hard today by Hurricane Sandy - that is, the Crampton Avenue section of Woodbridge.

Street after street in the area of town off Rahway Avenue looked less like a lake - as they do in the flooding that always hits that area - and more like an extension of Raritan Bay.

Residents in that section of town feared the worse is yet to come.

The real view of Sandy's power was in Sewaren. The bay was churning like mad, the buoys ringing back and forth like church bells, and the waves crashed on and swamped the boat ramp and dock.

That didn't stop Woodbridge sightseers from venturing out in the weather and taking shots of the hurricane's power.

More is to come before Sandy leaves Woodbridge.

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Mike Coyne March 20, 2013 at 05:45 PM
Sad, sad day! Life we'll never be the same


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