No Escaping Sandy's Wrath in Brick: Floods Prompt Overnight Rescues
In what could turn out to be a day that turned countless Brick residents' lives upside-down, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on Brick Township on Monday night and Tuesday morning like no other storm in recent memory had.
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#1 Oct 30, 2012
in 1969 i lived in brick on burnt bridge rd. how did residents there make out during the storm?
#2 Nov 1, 2012
I have some friends on Susan Drive in Brick, New Jersey. Can anyone give me any information on what damage was done to that area?
#3 Nov 1, 2012
My parents have a house on Paul Jones Drive. If anyone has any information on that street can you please post a comment? They have been unable to check on the house because they live in northern NJ.
#4 Nov 1, 2012
We were there yesterday. If you have a newer house that is high, you were ok. I have a friend on that street and she is fine. Her house is built up about five feet above the road. Boats and jet skis floated away. It is a real mess but those with hire foundations are fine.
#5 Nov 1, 2012
Read my comment under your question. The storm surge was about five feet above the road so if you are built up, you are fine.
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