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Hurricane sandy was the most destructive and deadliest hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic season, it was also the second-costliest hurricane in United States History. Hurricane sandy had damaged approximately $68 billion in assets, leaving thousands without electricity and killed 286 people along its destructive path. Hurricane sandy sustained winds which exceeded 100mph. Many individuals are still putting the pieces back together from this destructive storm.

 

Images From The Hurricane Sandy

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Hurricane Ike was the third-costliest hurricane to ever make landfall in the United States. It had winds in excess of 145mph and a pressure of 935mbar. Ike was blamed for 195 deaths, and dealt out an estimated $29.5 Billion in asset damage. Unfortunately just like hurricane sandy and Katrina people are still picking up the pieces after hurricane Ike.

 

Images From The Hurricane Ike

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Hurricane Katrina was the deadliest and most destructive hurricane in 2005. Hurricane Katrina had wind speeds in excess of 170mph and pressure as low as 902mbar. Hurricane Katrina was epically devastating to Louisiana killing 1,577 people there alone, and a total of 1,836 people. Katrina caused over $108 billion in asset damage. Unfortunately to this day people are still recovering from Katrina, and some areas of New Orleans still look like they were just hit by a hurricane.

 

Images From The Hurricane Katrina

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