Students help repair historic Green-Wood Cemetery

More than a dozen students are helping to repair damage suffered by the historic Green-Wood Cemetery during Sandy.

More than 200 monuments and stones were damaged during Sandy.

More than 200 monuments and stones were damaged during Sandy. (12/12/12)

BROOKLYN - More than a dozen students are helping to repair damage suffered by the historic Green-Wood Cemetery during Sandy.

Officials say more than 200 monuments and stones were damaged during the storm, and more than 300 trees were knocked down.

Students from Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design will assist in the repairs.

Cemetery officials estimate that repairs will cost $500,000.

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