OCEAN CITY, Md - For all the hype about “superstorm” Sandy, most of Maryland escaped relatively unscathed from the storm. There is some damage, in Ocean City part of the pier was destroyed, but it’s mostly just clean up here in Maryland.
Later on Wednesday, Governor O’Malley will be in Ocean City to survey the damage.
But slowly and steadily power is being restored and the flood waters are receding.
The Army National Guard will take a look at the dunes and sea wall in Ocean City later Wednesday to see what damage they sustained from Sandy.
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