New Jersey was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy. Parts of the iconic boardwalk in Atlantic City are gone. Gov. Chris Christie said the level of devastation
at the Jersey shore is "unthinkable."
At a news conference Tuesday morning, Christie said 2.4 million New Jersey households are without power. To understand the magnitude, the governor said that's twice the number of households impacted by Hurricane Irene last year. Right now, he said, the state is focusing on search and rescue and getting the power restored.