After superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc in New York City, dividing Manhattan between those with and without electricity, public transport came to a halt. On Friday November 2, 2012, André-Pierre du Plessis walked down from Uptown Manhattan to see just how deserted the streets were between the Financial and Flatiron Districts where NYPD traffic cops directed traffic and prevented looters from raiding shops in SoHo.
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