One year ago today, Superstorm Sandy wrecked its way through the Smithtown community and throughout Long Island.
Smithtown's shorelines along the Nissequogue and Head of the Harbor areas flooded, while thousands of residents waited anxiously for up to three weeks for electricity to be returned.
"That it was frustrating finding out information from Lippa [sic] and having no power for two weeks," wrote Smithtown Patch reader Kelly McCullough on Facebook.
Superstorm Sandy's heavy rains caused the Nissequogue River to jump its banks, flooding Paul T. Given County Park off Route 25/West Main Street. Felled trees blocked roadways leaving people with no way to get to work and around their community.
Click through the gallery above for photos of flooding in Paul T. Givens County Park and some of the other damage done by Hurricane Sandy.
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