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[Article] [Interactive map] As the death toll rises, the empathy wanes.

He wanted to stay back to make sure the pump worked. Connor Moore, 4 and Brandon Moore, 2 Monday, October 29, 2012 Attempting to evacuate, their mother’s car stalled in flood waters and they had to get out and walk.Anonymous matrimonial case filed in Manhattan Supreme Court earlier this year.Justice Deborah Kaplan granted a request to seal the case from the public even though Alison — whose eponymous firm reps major clients like Estée Lauder and Victoria’s Secret — promotes herself through TV appearances.His cockatoo also died, but his pit bull survived by standing on top of the bird cage. Anastasia Rispoli, 73 Monday, October 29 or Tuesday, October 30, 2012 He told his family he was planning to evacuate and would be staying with friends, but no one had heard from him by the next day. He was found inside unconscious and unresponsive, 11 days after the hurricane.During the storm surge, water had risen to the top of the home’s front door, filling the structure. David’s life partner had recently suffered a stroke and resides in nearby nursing home. Jessie Streich-Kest, 24 and Jacob Vogelman, 24 Monday, October 29, 2012 The childhood friends were walking their dog in Ditmas Park when they were crushed by a falling tree. | Donate to Jessie’s favorite cause Richard Krins, 67 Monday, October 29 or Tuesday, October 30, 2012 The makeup artist was electrocuted when she tripped and fell on a downed power line, after going outside to take photos of the storm.Her daughter Lucy had run outside to start the car in an attempt to flee.

When the surge came, she wasn’t able to get back inside to save her mother. Anna Gesso, 62 Monday, October 29 or Tuesday, October 30, 2012 When she and a neighbor tried to evacuate, their cars became waterlogged and they were forced back home.

Their researchers have helped to fill in some of the blanks on previously unidentified victims.

You can continue to find the latest information here, as I have been updating daily.

The New York Times finally published their own list of names of those who were killed by Hurricane Sandy, “within a 65-mile radius of New York City.” Their data has allowed me to confirm a lot of my own and fill in some blanks as well.

My post below remains the most complete account of all deaths as a result of the storm.

Her husband swam to the back of the basement to get her and pulled her out of the basement, but the cut was too severe. He had cerebral palsy, and in recent years found it hard to get around on his two canes.