State Park officials: Barrier beaches at risk because of Irene

? Hurricane Irene could threaten the already battered Long Island beaches. Erosion has already eaten away the sand at Robert Moses State Park. Now, State

ROBERT MOSES - ? Hurricane Irene could threaten the already battered Long Island beaches. Erosion has already eaten away the sand at Robert Moses State Park. Now, State Park Regional Director George Gorman says all of the barrier beaches are at risk because of Irene. Crews worked to pile and protect buildings and removed anything that wasn't nailed down.

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