MANTOLOKING, N.J. (AP) — Another of the iconic images of Superstorm Sandy will soon disappear.
Demolition work will start Thursday on a house swept into Barnegat Bay in Mantoloking. The house has been one of the defining images of the Oct. 29 storm.
Mantoloking was the hardest-hit Jersey shore town. All 521 of its homes were damaged, and more than 200 were destroyed by the storm.
The ocean cut a channel through to the bay, a breach that had to be repaired with an emergency engineering effort.
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