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10:44 AM, November 1st, 2012

“Soon, with the constant waves crashing against the building, I could see the floor getting wet and the water rising,” Walentas said. “The only lights were in the carousel building. Then at 10:30 they started to flicker. And I said, ‘oh no.’”

Jane Walentas spent 30 years restoring a carousel, then watched as it was almost washed away by Hurricane Sandy. Almost

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