Hurricane Sandy hits Somerville

On October 29, 2012, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times


Trees down on Pinckney Street, Somerville.

By William Tauro

Strong winds from Hurricane Sandy began wreaking havoc in Somerville.


Wires down, road closed on Middlesex Ave. by Home Depot.

Somerville’s waterfront next to Assembly Square on high alert. Mariners batten
down the hatches and are trying to ride out Hurricane Sandy.

The sign above the Pat’s Auto Body, located off McGrath Highway,  was effected by the strong winds. Eventually the sign completely blew of the building about ten minutes after this photo was taken.

Shoppers cleared out most of the water from the shelves at Shaws in Porter Square ahead of the storm. – Photo by Terence Clarey.

City workers clear large branches from Rogers Ave. – Photo by Terence Clarey

Tree falls on Summer Street Home from the high winds of Hurricane Sandy. – Photo by Marco Soares.


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