Report: 95,000 buildings on LI impacted by Sandy

The report also shows that nearly 114,000 people in both Nassau and Suffolk counties have applied for FEMA disaster relief.

The report also shows that nearly 114,000 people in both Nassau and Suffolk counties have applied for FEMA disaster relief. (1/8/13)

WOODBURY - Officials say over 95,000 buildings on Long Island were impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

FEMA's staff pinpointed the exact number of homes damaged or destroyed at 95,534, according to Newsday.

The report also shows that nearly 114,000 people in both Nassau and Suffolk counties have applied for FEMA disaster relief.  

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