November 9th, 2012
07:45 PM ET

Tensions rise in cold, powerless communities two weeks after Superstorm Sandy

Nearly two weeks after Superstorm Sandy, frustrations are rising as temperatures drop across the northeast.

More than half a million households are still without power across New Jersey and New York, including 40,000 homes on the hard-hit Rockaway peninsula in Queens, as residents continue to clean up after the massive hurricane and this week's nor'easter.

CNN's Deb Feyerick is in Queens with the latest.

Filed under: "Superstorm" Sandy
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