JERSEY SHORE - Today marks the six-month anniversary of Superstorm Sandy hitting the Jersey Shore. Chopper 12 flew over the shoreline Monday to get a better view of the recovery progress.

There were many areas where reconstruction efforts were obvious, and other areas that were clearly untouched since the storm.

The legendary Star Jet coaster is still in the ocean at Seaside Heights, but the boardwalk has made significant progress.

Areas of Mantoloking, just to the north, where a natural gas explosion burned down most of the homes, are still uninhabited. However, most of the boats thrown everywhere by the storm have been removed from the beach.

Shore residents and businesses continue to plow ahead to rebuild the Jersey Shore in time for the summer.