For four hours Tuesday, photographer Karen Fucito drove (or tried to) around Lake Hopatcong, looking for the after effects of storm Sandy. From Lake Hopatcong to Hopatcong, by way of Rockaway and Roxbury, here is a sampling what was found.
Brad Treacy, owner of Speedway service station in Landing, warns customers waiting in line for gas that he might run out before they get to the pumps.
The line for gas at Speedway service station in Landing.
Residents take a walk on Howard Blvd. in Mt. Arlington.
Downed power lines in Landing.
A large tree leans against an old home in Hopatcong.
Crews from Ohio Edison work on Lakeside Blvd. in Landing.
A large pine tree leans against the Migliaccio home in Hopatcong.
The Axe Men from Hopatcong work on removing a pine tree from the Migliaccio home in Hopatcong.
Lakeside Blvd. in Hopatcong.
Road crews and the Mount Arlington Police close off Howard Blvd. at McGregor Ave.
Abby stands on the porch of the Miller-Chaplin house on McGregor Ave. looking out at two large trees that took out the steps leading to the yard.
Paul Rohaly fired up the grill to cook a steak for himself and his mom, Ruth, who is peeking out the window of the front door of their Lake Hopatcong home.
Residents inspect a large downed tree just off Brady Road.
Tom DiBlasi and Nick Tedeschi, both from Landing, are on the roof of a friends house on Dell Road in Landing, removing a large tree.
John and Nicki Clark, owners of Little Nicki’s Italian restaurant in Lake Hopatcong, pack the back of their pickup truck with food from their restaurant. Without power and unable to open, the Clark’s gave their food to The Barn at Rockaway River.
Trees hang over powerlines up Edison Road in Lake Hopatcong.