Throgs Neck still struggling after Sandy

Throgs Neck residents, like Shannon Degracia, are still rebuilding their homes.

Throgs Neck residents, like Shannon Degracia, are still rebuilding their homes. (5/5/13)

THROGS NECK - Areas of Throgs Neck are still struggling to rebuild more than six months after Superstorm Sandy struck.

Preston High School continues to seek help to make repairs to its crumbling seawall, which leaves the nonprofit school at risk for future flooding.

Meanwhile, Throgs Neck residents, like Shannon Degracia, are still rebuilding their homes. Degracia says she hopes to be able to return to her house this summer.

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