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Hurricane Sandy Wire: Sandy Washed Away Martell's Tiki Bar's Pier in New Jersey

Now that Jersey Shore residents are now able to get back to the beach post-Hurricane Sandy, the Star-Ledger has a sobering video assessing the damage along the Point Pleasant Boardwalk — including the previously reported four feet of sand...
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