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Hurricane Sandy's Aftermath: Post Your Photos

Show us what your block looks like post-Sandy.

Although Hurricane Sandy was downgraded to a "post-tropical storm" by the time she made landfall Monday night, she still brought with her 79-mph wind gusts that wreaked havoc in Malverne, West Hempstead, Lynbrook and Lakeview.

While there are no official numbers available yet, Malverne Department of Works Superintendent Paul Jessup, told Patch that "well over 100" trees fell in the square-mile village alone. The winds also knocked out traffic signals on major roadways and pulled down telephone and power lines.

More than 9,000 residents across Lynbrook, Lakeview, Malverne and West Hempstead woke up Tuesday morning to no power in their homes. In neighboring East Rockaway, which was hit with heavy flooding too, more than 8,000 LIPA customers lost power.

If you are able to, show us what the aftermath looks like on your block by posting a photo. Follow these steps to upload your pictures to this gallery.

  1.  Log into Malverne-West Hempstead-Lynbrook Patch (create an account if you don’t have one)
  2. Click on this article
  3. Click on the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above
  4. Upload your photos and videos
  5. Add a caption

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Get "Patch-ed" in! Stay informed on what's happening in your community throughout the storm and its aftermath by signing up for breaking news alerts and following Malverne-West Hempstead Patch on Facebook and Twitter.

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