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PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy on Route 37

Dramatic pictures include rescue launches from Route 37 area after Hurricane Sandy passed through.

This gallery contains images taken in the Route 37 corridor of Toms River, before and after Hurricane Sandy hit.

Included: the damage to Route 37 and Fischer Boulevard and activity on the Mathis bridge to Seaside. Neighborhoods such as Bayshore, Gilford Park, Windsor Park, East Dover, Money Island shown.

Most of the images are from Tuesday morning and are east of Hooper Avenue.

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Robert October 31, 2012 at 06:44 PM
can anyone tell me how the neighborhood that is behind this picture is. I know it is going to be really bad, but my uncle beach house is there and just want to know how bad we are looking at. Its on midturn road, just had so many memorys at this house.
Susie gunder November 01, 2012 at 04:33 AM
Robert I wish I could tell you how your uncle's house is. I lived one block away when I was young at 114 foster road. I heard thru the grape vine that the neighborhood had a lot of water and sand damage. I like you have such wonderful memories there especially spending most of my time at the beach and club house at the end of fisher blvd I believe it was. I hope you find your answer and his house was spared. Susiey
Christopher Lee Humphries November 01, 2012 at 06:11 AM
Or was it the house where Josephine and Bert lived? I was in between the 2.
Christopher Lee Humphries November 01, 2012 at 06:11 AM
I lived at 112, 1998-2001.
Christopher Lee Humphries November 01, 2012 at 06:13 AM
Wow...I lived at 112 Foster Road from 1998 to 2001. Which house was yours? Was your Aunt's name Philamena?

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