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JEMS Looks Back at Superstorm Sandy Coverage

Above photo: The view of Superstorm Sandy damage of New Jersey’s beaches, taken on Nov. 18, 2012. (Official White House Photo Sonya N. Hebert)

Today marks the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy hitting the East Coast.

There were at least 182 deaths in the U.S. and Caribbean, including 48 in New York and 12 in New Jersey, according to the Associated Press. The storm was also responsible for more than $71 billion in damage to the U.S.

There were also many lessons learned by EMS providers after the destructive and life-changing storm. Click the links below to see how JEMS covered it.

New Jersey EMS Task Force Response to Superstorm Sandy

How NYC REMSCO Helped Coordinate Large-Scale Evacuations During Superstorm Sandy

Hearing-Impaired Patients Require Special Consideration During a Disaster

Regional EMS Operations During Superstorm Sandy