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Waves bash against a sewage outfall structure in Point Pleasant Beach N.J. on Nov. 15, 2012. Before Superstorm Sandy caused massive beach erosion at the Jersey shore, the outfall had about 50 feet of beach between it and the ocean. Superstorm Sandy took a bite out of the Jersey shore, washing away millions of tons of sand and slimming down beaches along the state's 127-mile coastline. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Wayne Parry
Waves bash against a sewage outfall structure in Point Pleasant Beach N.J. on Nov. 15, 2012. Before Superstorm Sandy caused massive beach erosion at the Jersey shore, the outfall had about 50 feet of beach between it and the ocean. Superstorm Sandy took a bite out of the Jersey shore, washing away millions of tons of sand and slimming down beaches along the state's 127-mile coastline. (Associated Press)

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