New York uses Sandy lessons to build storm defenses

Aired: 10/28/2013 | 0:08:47 | Clip
One year after Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast, the Big Apple is still rebuilding. But city officials have taken lessons learned from the storm's surge into account to ensure power and transit systems can withstand future natural disasters. Miles O'Brien reports on high-tech infrastructure adjustments in New York City.

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