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iReporter Leonid Kovaci gives an eye witness account of the damage from Sandy on Staten Island, New York.
Unforgettable video of millions recovering on the storm-torn coast.
CNN's Brian Todd catches a fire on tape as he reports from New Jersey in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Metro Transit Authority chairman Joe Lhota updates Wolf Blitzer on the status of New York's subway systems and tunnels.
RELATED POST: Limited subway service resuming in New York Thursday
Getting around New York City has been a nightmare. Starting Wednesday evening, from 6 p.m. to midnight, cars crossing New York's East River bridges must have a minimum of three people inside. Buses are running but many are packed, and limited subway service returns tomorrow.
Joe Lhota, Chairman of New York's Metropolitican Transit Authority, joins Wolf Blitzer in the 4 p.m. ET hour on CNN to give an update on the latest developments.
Visit CNN's Impact Your World page for the ways to help those affected by superstorm Sandy.
RELATED STORY: Sandy's impact: State by state
Superstorm Sandy's impact on the U.S. has been devastating and heartbreaking. Those affected tell their stories.
Atlantic City, New Jersey Mayor Lorenzo Langford responds to Gov. Christie, who slammed the mayor's warnings about Sandy.
RELATED STORY: Jersey joust: Atlantic City mayor hits back at Gov. Christie
The collapsed crane dangling over New York City is fascinating pedestrians below. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Mitt Romney tones down politics and helps collect groceries for those affected by Sandy. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Reporters brave the harsh elements of Superstorm Sandy. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the lighter moments.