BALTIMORE (WJZ) — All over Maryland, residents have been weathering extreme conditions, effects of superstorm Sandy.
Christie Ileto has viewer photos from across the state and more on the damage caused by Sandy.
It’s clear Sandy had no mercy on Maryland. Starting with its front door step, rising waters submerged a neighborhood in Ocean City, while famous restaurants like Macky’s Bayside Bar and Grill on 54th Street barely kept its head above water, looking more like an island than a popular hangout spot.
Over in Rock Hall, it was a similar story. Rising tides crippled neighborhood roads and roads leading up to well-known staples like Waterman’s Crab House were completely washed out.
Back here in Charm City, Sandy wasn’t so charming. The howling winds uprooted a massive tree onto a parked car in downtown Baltimore. Fortunately, no one was injured.
Cleanup crews worked to remove branches that toppled over from Monday’s severe wind.
Over in western Maryland, it was a different story. In fact, a wintry mix of ice and snow brought Garrett County to its knees.
Over the last 36 hours, we’ve had all the elements: rain, winds, snow and ice–just about everything but sun in Maryland.