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Photos: Storm damage in Toronto after Sandy hits East Coast

High winds and rain from Sandy caused damage in Ontario as the superstorm came ashore on the Eastern Seaboard

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A downed tree smashed a car on Bellevue Avenue in Toronto. High winds and rain from Sandy caused damage in Ontario as the superstorm came ashore on the Eastern Seaboard.

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A Halloween decoration of a witch blown into a tree sits beside Lake Ontario as waves driven by superstorm Sandy crash on a beach in Toronto on Tuesday morning, Oct. 30, 2012.

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A man walks his child to past a downed tree that smashed a car on Bellevue Avenue in Toronto, Oct. 30, 2012. High winds and rain from Sandy caused damage in Ontario as the superstorm came ashore on the Eastern Seaboard.

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A Toronto Hydro crew stands near a fallen tree on Glenlake Avenue in Toronto, with downed hydro wires amongst the debris.

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TTC crews work to repair streetcar lines after a hydro wire blew down during superstorm Sandy.

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A burnt-out shell is all that remains of this Toyota on Quebec Avenue, north of Annette Street in Toronto, Oct. 30, 2012. Hydro crews worked nearby to remove a transformer and a hydro pole that was broken into two pieces after Sandy hit the Eastern Seaboard the night before.

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A Toronto Hydro crew stands near a fallen tree on Glenlake Avenue in Toronto, with downed hydro wires amongst the debris.

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Repair crews struggle with a sign after strong storm winds caused a piece of a sign to fall, killing a woman in Toronto on Oct. 29, 2012. A spokesman said witnesses reported the woman was struck while walking through a parking lot as winds gusted around 65 kilometres per hour.

Victor Biro/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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A view of the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart from the high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012.

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A woman photographs the sunrise as waves driven by superstorm Sandy crash on a beach in Toronto on Tuesday morning, Oct. 30, 2012.

Frank Gunn/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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An uprooted large red oak tree rests atop a home in the Beaches area of Toronto as work crews begin clearing the large limbs. There was storm damage throughout Toronto on the morning of Oct. 30, 2012 after Sandy came ashore on the East Coast with high winds and rain.

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A fallen tree limb rests on top of a car in Toronto, Tuesday October 30/2012 following rain and high winds overnight from superstorm Sandy.

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