Posted at: 10/29/2013 9:45 AM
Updated at: 10/29/2013 11:36 AM
By: Jay Gray, NBC News
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(NBC News) -- Thousands of New York and New Jersey residents displaced when Superstorm Sandy barreled ashore one year ago are still fighting with insurance companies, slogging through red tape and waiting for government aid - and many still aren't home.
The storm, which made landfall in the U.S. last Oct. 29, killed an estimated 160 people here and dozens more in the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center, and inflicted billions of dollars in damages, including some 366,000 structures in New York and New Jersey.
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