Crews cleaning up debris after NYC storm

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Cleanup crews around New York City are working hard to clear out debris left in the wake of last week's massive storm.

In the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn, which was hit especially hard, high winds knocked down phone lines and snapped trees over houses and cars. The most widespread damage was seen at the Eleanor Roosevelt Houses in that neighborhood.

Witness reports say the damage is intense, but scattered.

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