PHOTOS: Storm-Damaged Sandy Hook, a Month Later

NBC 4 New York's Brian Thompson has your first look at Sandy Hook more than a month after Sandy devastated the area.

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NBC 4 New York's Brian Thompson has your first look at Sandy Hook more than a month after Sandy devastated the area. This brand new bike path is no more of an obstacle course.
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Here, authorities are using mine detectors to look for explosives that had been dumped offshore decades ago but they may have washed up during the storm.
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Machines are being used to comb through the sand as officials look for any explosives that may have washed up. None were found.
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After sifting for explosives, sand is dumped to make a new dune line.
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While no explosives have been found, parts of this national park look like a bomb zone.
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Officers' Row was hit by a 13-foot wall of water and front porches of homes hit by it are still unstable.
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Ferry landing for tourists from New York City is now called "The Grand Canyon."
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A popular road that once lead to a fishing beach was ripped apart by the storm.
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A sign for Gunnison beach was knocked over by the storm, but the nude beach didn't sustain too much damage and may reopen by Memorial Day
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Fortunately, the oldest operating lighthouse in the entire country was not damage at all.
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