RECOVERY ON THE ROAD: Liberty State Park

After Sandy, workers at Liberty State Park had to scramble to remove debris and repair walkways after 12 to 14 feet of water covered the

After Sandy, workers at Liberty State Park had to scramble to remove debris and repair walkways after 12 to 14 feet of water covered the park.

After Sandy, workers at Liberty State Park had to scramble to remove debris and repair walkways after 12 to 14 feet of water covered the park. (8/9/13)

LIBERTY STATE PARK - After Sandy, workers at Liberty State Park had to scramble to remove debris and repair walkways after 12 to 14 feet of water covered the park.

Employees replaced all the tables and benches and rebuilt the playground, and now the park is now completely open to the public.

Eric Landskroner reports from Liberty State Park, taking a look at how the community is recovering, and talking about the progress being made in rebuilding what Sandy took away.
 

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