Emergency work set to repair East Quogue dune

Emergency work will soon be done to repair a dune off Dune Road in East Quogue. A berm will be built after several washovers eroded

A berm will be built after several washovers

A berm will be built after several washovers eroded the sand there. (February 15, 2016 5:54 PM)

The recent winter storms have caused major erosion along Dune Road in the Hamptons.

In past storms, the ocean cut across Dune Road in Westhampton and connected to the bay on the other side, creating a small river of water.

"The breach was so wide that you couldn't imagine anything shorter than a bridge the size of the Westhampton Bridge being able to cross it," says Dune Road resident...

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