NJ residents clean up after brutal nor'easter

Saturday's severe nor'easter tore down hundreds of trees, left thousands without power and caused flooding throughout New Jersey.

Residents cleaned up Sunday and assessed the damage to their homes and vehicles. Christopher Nunez, who lives in Sea Bright, says it was the worst flooding he's seen in more than a decade.

The storm also forced the suspension or delay of many NJ Transit lines Saturday. In addition, the high winds and heavy rains are being blamed for the deaths of two Teaneck residents and the injuries of others throughout the state.

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