Hurricane Sandy Car Graveyard From Above [12 Photos]

TIP: NAVIGATE GALLERY BY SWIPING LEFT AND RIGHT

Tens of thousands of cars were totaled by Hurricane Sandy. These cars had to be towed somewhere and that “somewhere” is Calverton, New York, toward the eastern end of Long Island. There is an airfield in Calverton that has become an impromptu graveyard for over 15,000 cars. Insurance Auto Auctions is paying the town nearly $3 million to keep the cars stored there as they try to find a way to action them off for parts. 

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