Sandy impressively runs 700-ton tanker ashore on Staten Island10/30/2012
Hurricane Sandy continued showing New Yorkers she wasn't just any rainstorm Monday night as her hybrid gales pummeled a mammoth, 700-ton tanker, washing the beast onto a main road in Staten Island. The sight of the wind-hammered John B. Caddell run aground on Front Street, a typically pleasant shoreline drive, looked like something out of "a warzone," as WABC's Michelle Charlesworth puts it. In the staggering footage, the reporter walks us through the scattered debris around the battered boat, which had been moored about a mile away. After that, Charlesworth returns to the TV host, who tells us a little too eagerly, "We want to continue and bring you more devastation." Um, could you not?
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