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It's scary as hell what is happening. Obviously, amusement parks are the least of the real concerns, but the most of our concerns. Hahaaha, either way... the picture of Coney Island was straight up frightening. NYC can't take much more rain, either. The water is *already* 60 inches high.

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Thank god I don't live down in the city, the whole area looks like a disaster zone. Also speaking of parks, I wonder if Knoebels and Hershey are getting serious flooding like with Irene.

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Unfortunately, Superstorm Sandy (combination of Hurricane Sandy and a Nor'Easter) is not over yet. The Superstorm will be dumping large amounts of snow within the next 48 hours. Hope all is well where everyone is.

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This may sound wrong, but I wish every Boomerang / SLC coaster on the east coaster falls to the ground.

 

 

I do wish everyone caught in the storm will be kept safe, and will awake from the storm without a single boomerang

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I hope all the parks are okay, especially the 2 in Ocean City, NJ (Gillian's Wonderland & Playland's Castaway Cove). I visited there for the first time this summer and absolutely loved the town. It is also home of my 100th coaster credit, Python!

 

The images that our tv stations were giving us of all of the shore points were pretty awful.

 

This is from Atlantic city. Hard to believe I was there on that stretch of boardwalk last weekend.

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^ That's insane and very devastating. Having been to all these places that are being impacted by this storm makes it a lot more realistic than something like Katrina since I still haven't been to NOLA. Please stay safe everyone in the northeast!

 

I know here at Virginia Tech we have experienced very powerful winds and snow all day. Winds are reaching 60 MPH and they only seem to be getting stronger.

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^Yes, we didn't get hit all that hard in southeastern Virginia (Hurricane Isabel and Irene were much worse for us).

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