New York Bar Carried 7 Miles By Hurricane, Found Completely Intact
Hurricane Sandy proved to be one hell of a storm. Even though it caused tons destruction, there are some good things that came out of it. Take Coco's storm coverage, for example. We wouldn't have gotten a wet and wild double-D show if the hurricane didn't plow up the East Coast, so thanks Sandy!
All areas affected are currently under damage control, especially Breezy Point, NY. It was one of the hardest-hit locations, so when local authorities went in to survey damage, what they found was understandably devastating. The hurricane was so strong that it completely wiped out a popular local bar, The Sugar Bowl. But get this-- it was later found seven miles away in Gerritsen Beach, totally intact.
The entire structure appeared almost unscathed, besides being ripped from its foundation and getting dropped in the middle of the street. Even The Sugar Bowl's chairs, tables and shot glasses were found inside, complete with a fully-stocked bar.
Think that's impressive? Word has it Coco survived the storm flooding too, thanks in large part to her two massive flotation devices.