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Scituate, Mass., Oct. 29, 2012 -- The few summer homes left standing after the Perfect Storm in 1991, stand ready for the tidal surge that is still hours away.  These homes were elevated to FEMA standards following the 1991 storm.  Photo by Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

Scituate, Mass., Oct. 29, 2012 -- The few summer homes left standing after the Perfect Storm in 1991, stand ready for the tidal surge that is still hours away. These homes were elevated to FEMA standards following the 1991 storm. Photo by Marilee Caliendo/FEMA

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Date Taken: 2012-10-29 00:00:00 UTC

Photographer Name: Marilee Caliendo

City/State: Scituate, MA

Disasters: Massachusetts Hurricane Sandy (EM-3350)

Disaster Types: Coastal Storm ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm ^ Severe Storm

Categories: Debris ^ Mitigation
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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