Sandy's impact: People hit by the 'Superstorm'Loading
    George Giannaros barbecues steaks Wednesday in front of New York's Old Homestead Steakhouse, where he works. In superstorm Sandy's wake, businesses big and small faced a choice: to reopen or stay closed. Some opened despite lacking electricity. Others bused in essential workers.
    People in Little Ferry, N.J., are rescued by raft Tuesday, after superstorm Sandy struck. President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie prepared to visit storm zones today.
    Craig Ruttle | Associated Press
    Brian Hajeski, 41, of Brick, N.J., is overwhelmed Tuesday after seeing debris of a home washed up onto a bridge in Mantoloking, N.J., the morning after Sandy plowed through.
    Julio Cortez | Associated Press
Extensive damage and pain is part of the legacy of the storm named Sandy. So is the toll on individuals who lost family, property and treasure to the violent storm. Here's a look at many of those folks.
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