Flood waters brought on by Hurricane Sandy over run cars in New York's lower east side
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Superstorm Sandy: BBC Wales weather presenter Sue Charles' experience

Superstorm Sandy is reported to have killed 13 people as it brought flooding, hurricane force winds and heavy rain to the east coast of the US and Canada.

In New York, hundreds of thousands of people are without power and many roads are under water.

New Jersey and Connecticut have also been severely affected and BBC Wales presenter Sue Charles, who is on holiday there, told Kayley Thomas on BBC Radio Wales she had found herself in the worst storm she has experienced.

  • 30 Oct 2012
  • From the section Wales