It has been a mentally, and physically exhausting 48 hours.
Anticipation of “one of the worst storms ever to hit Connecticut”. Working in the elements of wind and water. Keeping as safe as you can, while getting the best image as you can, and gently dealing with the victims of the storm.
Here are some of the images caught in the whirlwind of Sandy in the past 48 hours.
Our hearts go out to all the victims in the storm, whether it be here in Connecticut or anywhere else in the northeast.
Hurricane warning go up at the Old Saybrook Fire House for all to see in the town.
On the Boulevard in Milford, they have a lot of their own problems. Foundations washing away everywhere.
Melba Street in Milford has been turned into a waterway for sheds and houses.
This driver in Branford didn’t heed the sign that he just drove by. Sucks to be him.
Residents of Branford tried everything to get the storm to go away.
Ever wake up to a boat in your front yard? Even a small one?
Never mind these concrete barricades of thousands of pounds of concrete that the water has just pushed onto the road.
The waves crash into sea walls in Old Saybrook, as the Lighthouse keeps watch.