Manhattan Beach residents clean up after Irene

Homeowners across Brooklyn are assessing the damage left by Hurricane Irene. In Manhattan Beach, a tree fell from one resident's property onto his neighbor's, blocking

MANHATTAN BEACH - Homeowners across Brooklyn are assessing the damage left by Hurricane Irene. In Manhattan Beach, a tree fell from one resident's property onto his neighbor's, blocking the front lawn. Other residents reported damage to their cars. However, some said the flooding was less than expected. "Basements were all good," Robert Gevertzman said. "We had no water in the basements, my neighbors, myself, it was not a problem." Those who did experience flooding said most of the waters have since subsided.BK homeowners assessing property damage after hurricane

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