Pics: Hurricane Sandy already taking toll on the Jersey Shore; Updated pics!/nicholashuba/status/262697549557817344

Wow. As Twitchy reported, Hurricane Sandy flooding already started yesterday.  Now these on-scene photos show  that the Jersey Shore is already taking a hit, even before Sandy makes landfall.

RT @ginger_zee: [email protected]abcworldnews is coming up! 27k people have evacuated Atlantic City:…#Sandy

— ABC News (@ABC) October 28, 2012

That evacuation was necessary.

Hurricane #Sandy is turning to the northwest and is now heading towards Cape May/Atlantic City.…

— George Wright (@gwweather) October 29, 2012

Sandy is already taking a toll on Atlantic City, N.J.

Atlantic City’s beach just disappeared. #sandy

— kac (@kellyanncollins) October 29, 2012

Here’s one from the Atlantic City’s Inlet, courtesy of @mommashell01:… #acpress #Sandy

— Lynda Cohen (@LyndaCohen) October 29, 2012

@maryboisonberry “@newsbreaker: PictureMalik R. shows crumbling boardwalk in Atlantic City #Sandy…RT @twc_shawn

— Denise (@DZ198) October 29, 2012

Waves from the ocean down In Atlantic city ,New Jersey right now ! #CNN #SANDY

— JASMINE DORTCH (@IAMDORTCH1990) October 29, 2012

Atlantic City is already getting hit. #frankenstorm #Sandy…

— Nicholas Huba(@nicholashuba) October 28, 2012

Other areas along the shore are getting hammered already as well.

Whoa “@hic_clix_pix: Amazing picture from Ocean Grove, NJ #Sandy #FrankenStorm… (via @57un)OMG!!! Amazing!!”

— Megan Farry (@meganfarry) October 29, 2012

Yikes. Scary!

And Seaside Heights, home of MTv’s “Jersey Shore”:

RT Before/After Seaside Bridge#Sandy #SandyABC7 #Seaside #Bridge #NJ…

— Nicole Chabala ♥♠♣♦ (@Quadsevens) October 29, 2012

Seaside Heights boardwalk. This is just the beginning #Sandy…

— Eileen Perry (@eileen0876) October 29, 2012

And in Belmar, N.J.

Damn RT @davesforecast: A boat being tossed by #waves from Hurricane #Sandy… Belmar Inlet #JerseyShore…

— melissa (@_melly_mel_) October 29, 2012

Listen to Governor Christie: “Don’t be stupid.” Stay safe, New Jersey!

Update: Atlantic City flooded.

wow RT @billmckibben: Boardwalk floating in sections through the flooded streets of Atlantic City #sandy

— Jon Ward (@jonward11) October 29, 2012


This is incredible to see. RT @pourmecoffee Awful. Atlantic City:

— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) October 29, 2012

This picture from Atlantic City, NJ is heartbreaking!!

— Stephanie Abrams (@StephanieAbrams) October 29, 2012

Incredible aerial photo of Atlantic City’s boardwalk area via @twcmarialarosa:… #Sandy

— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) October 29, 2012

Flooding in Atlantic City, via Press of Atlantic City.…

— Jim Roberts (@nytjim) October 29, 2012

The White Horse Pike, which leads in and out of Atlantic City, is now submerged:

The White Horse Pike, one of the major roads heading into Atlantic City,NJ is washed out!! #Sandy…

— Sharla McBride (@SharlaMcBride) October 29, 2012

Boardwalk Empire under water: The road to Atlantic City…

— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) October 29, 2012

And Seaside Heights, N.J.

Seaside beach n boardwalk being destroyed by hurricane…

— Michael Sorrentino (@ItsTheSituation) October 29, 2012


— Anthony Merendino (@AM3CaptainCook) October 29, 2012

No way in or out of Seaside Heights. Power poles down. #SandyABC7…

— Phil Lipof (@plipof7) October 29, 2012

Cape May, N.J.

RT @mikefranciswx: Holy huge waves batman!! This from Cape May, NJ earlier this afternoon!!

— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) October 29, 2012

Here’s another wave pic from Cape May, courtesy of Dagmer Chew. #Sandy #acpress…

— Dave Weinberg (@PressACWeinberg) October 29, 2012

@katewalsh Beach Drive in Cape May, NJ #hurricanesandy…

— Kristina (@kristinahannah) October 29, 2012

@rileycooper_14 cape may is looking horrible! #CMPD…

— Michael LeSage (@Michael_LeSage) October 29, 2012

Sandy making landfall at historic Cape May, NJ RT @kaylee_gavigan My poor hometown of Cape May. This breaks my…

— Leesburg Magazine (@LeesburgMag) October 29, 2012


Disaster in Cape May county, #NJ #HurricaneSandy #sandychat… via @crowdcloudapp

— Jack Wagner (@JackWagner54) October 29, 2012

Rising water isn’t the only danger. Downed electrical lines are suspected of starting this car fire in Burlington City, New Jersey.

Wood st / w. Pearl st Burlington city nj #carfire electrical line down #sandy @cbsphilly…

— leellen kimmel (@heyitsleellen) October 30, 2012

Wildwood has also taken a beating:

#Sandy has currently delivered 295mm of rain to Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. Bowden in West Virginia has received 35.5cm of snow. Nick M

— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) October 30, 2012

#Sandy Rainfall Totals (NJ): Wildwood Crest 11.91″ North Wildwood 10.24″ Atlantic City 8.15″ Cape May 8.10″ Vineland 7.07″ Cedarville 7.00″

— AudreyPuente (@AudreyPuente) October 30, 2012

here are photos we took today of #Sandy‘s… #wildwood

— Josh Kinney (@theJKinz) October 30, 2012

Crest end of the #wildwood #boardwalk #storm #sandy

— barb sobel (@barbsobel) October 30, 2012

Entrance into North Wildwood. #stupidsandy #acpress…

— Trudi Gilfillian (@TrudiGilfillian) October 29, 2012

Update: Relentless pounding by Sandy has left Seaside Heights virtually underwater.

We continue to pray for all affected by this massively devastating storm.

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