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Oct. 31, 2012NEW YORK & DC |  By: McKenna

Chervek Hurricane

Hurricane Sandy's impact in the northeastern United States leaves the rest of the country curious to the damages in the area, along with the possible problems the east coast may be facing.

Broadcast Engineer for the New Hampshire Public Radio and former announcer for KXCV radio Nathan Chervek says the storm was less painful than expected where he is located.

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Chervek says evacuations were not generally needed in the state, explaining that the true problems seem to lie in the New York and DC areas, adding that New Hampshire "dodged a bullet".